Las Vegas taxi drivers pay tribute to driver killed on Strip
Manhunt still on for shooter, cabbie tribute Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Law enforcement officials are still looking for a black Range Rover that was involved in a deadly shooting and crash on the Las Vegas Strip Thursday morning.
The incident began early Wednesday morning with some sort of altercation in the valet area of the Aria hotel.
It ended with a Maserati, driven by an aspiring rapper who went by the name of Kenny Clutch, slamming into a taxi at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road after being shot by someone in a Range Rover.
The driver of the taxi and his passenger were killed.
Thursday morning, taxi drivers on the Las Vegas Strip paid tribute to taxi driver Michael Boldon by driving by the spot where he died with horns honking and lights flashing.
The taxi drivers plan to make a donation to the Boldon family after this morning's tribute.
The manhunt for whomever was inside the Range Rover has now extended to Nevada's neighboring states.
This morning, police will keep gathering surveillance tapes from hotels and businesses on the Las Vegas Strip hoping to find clues to track down the shooters.
The passenger in the taxi has yet to be identified. The identity will be released by the Clark County coroner's office after notification of family.