LV home searched in Tupac Shakur murder case linked to killer’s uncle

More details are being released regarding Tuesday’s search of a Nevada home in connection with the unsolved murder of Tupac Shakur. As The Shade Room previously reported, Las Vegas Metro Police confirmed a search warrant was executed at an undisclosed residence in Henderson.

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Newly Reported Information Regarding the Las Vegas Home and Its Connection to 2Pac’s Alleged Killer

According to TMZ, the home that was searched Tuesday reportedly belongs to the wife of a man who alleges he was in a car with Tupac’s alleged killer when the rapper was shot.

Additionally, the outlet reports that it has “verified” the residence address searched. TMZ says it’s owned by a woman named Paula Clemons, who is reportedly married to Duane “Keef D.” Davis.

The outlet reports that Davis has long been accused of being the late Orlando Anderson’s uncle.

As 8 News Now reports, Anderson and Davis were involved in a physical altercation with Tupac Shakur on September 7, 1996, hours before the shooting. In addition, the fight was captured on surveillance cameras at the MGM Grand Plaza.

Shakur was immediately hospitalized after the shooting. However, he passed away on 13 September 1996. According to VIBE, Anderson died two years after his involvement in the shootout.

Description of the Search and Reported Reactions of Tupac’s Family

According to TMZ, the executed search warrant is a “significant” step forward in the long-unsolved murder of Tupac. The outlet claims that in order to obtain a search warrant, police successfully proved to a judge that there was in fact evidence at the home linking them to the rapper’s murder.

8 News Now reports that the Henderson, Nevada home was searched for “personal notes, photos and other documents” related to the rapper’s passing. However, the items seized by the police in the search have not yet been publicly disclosed.

According to TMZ, the rapper’s half-brother thinks the discovery is a “late-game effort.”

Additionally, a representative of the rapper’s sister, Set, also expressed a similar sentiment.

“We are learning about the case just as you are and have nothing more to say.”

Furthermore, as of Wednesday, no arrests have been made in the investigation.