(Las Vegas, NV) — The man accused of a shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that resulted in three deaths, will be headed back to Nevada soon.
The Clark County District Attorney’s office has confirmed that Ammar Harris must be back in Nevada by May 10th. Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and California Governor Jerry Brown have signed off on Harris’ extradition.
Harris’ next hearing will be on April 24.
Harris is accused of shooting amateur rapper Kenny Cherry as they drove down the Las Vegas Strip after a confrontation in the valet area of the Aria.
Harris has been charged with three counts of homicide.