LOS ANGELES (KNBC) -- The suspect in last week's shooting on the Las Vegas Strip has been arrested in Los Angeles, the Clark County District Attorney's Office said on Thursday.
Ammar Harris, 26, was taken into custody in LA in connection with the shooting death of Oakland rapper Kenneth Wayne Cherry Jr. aka Kenny Clutch, officials said.
Details about his arrest were not immediately available. KSNV, NBC's affiliate in Las Vegas, reported that the suspect was hiding out in LA at a friend's home that a task force of officers had been watching.
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Las Vegas police expect to have more information about the arrest at an afternoon press conference.
Police accuse the suspect of being the driver of a Range Rover from which gunfire erupted, killing the 27-year-old rapper.
Clutch died at the wheel of a Maserati.
The Maserati crashed into a taxicab which subsequently exploded, killing the driver and the 48-year old passenger.
Harris was identified by police as the lead suspect in the case.
Harris could be seen online boasting about the stacks of money that have come his way thanks to being a pimp, according to reports.
In one video, Harris "flashes a thick stack" of $100 bills.
In a Web posting, he boasts of the flock of women at his home, all of whom are working for him.
In another, he talks about the birthday party he is organizing on a boat in the Atlantic Ocean, replete with a $1,000 bikini contest, the AP reported.
Harris had been arrested in Atlanta for marijuana posession in 2005, and in both Cobb and Fulton counties in 2008.
(KNBC Los Angeles)