Cab Industry Offers Reward For Harris
(Las Vegas, NV) — 62-year old Michael Boldon was in the wrong place at the wrong time when his cab was hit from behind and burst into flames last Thursday. Boldon lost his life as part of the Las Vegas Strip shooting and accident that took two other lives and has authorities on the lookout for Ammar Harris.
Police said Monday they have a warrant for the 26-year-old ex-convict identified as the prime suspect in the shooting.
Brent Bell is the Trustee of the fund that has been established to help bring Harris to justice.
“The taxi cab industry in southern Nevada is devastated by this senseless act of violence. We are hoping that a cash reward of $35 thousand will bring forward critical information to the suspect’s location.”
The money for the reward comes from several cab companies in the Las Vegas valley and is not connected to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department or Crime Stoppers. If you have information you can contact Metro. or Crime Stoppers anonymously.
A memorial is planned for Boldon, Wednesday at noon at the Holy Trinity Church in North Las Vegas. The address is 700 Lola Ave.