The suspected shooter in the drive-by that left aspiring rapper Kenny Clutch as well as 3 others dead in Las Vegas last week, has surrendered in Los Angeles. The suspect, who was identified earlier in the week as Ammar Harris, was found by police in a gym at the Archview Luxury Apartments in Studio City, and taken into custody.

Police believe that Harris, who they suspect is a pimp, was involved in an argument with Clutch following a show featuring French Montana at Haze nightclub in Las Vegas.

According to the report, Harris fired five shot from his black Range Rover at Clutch's Maserati, which subsequently crashed into a taxi cab, killing both the driver and passenger in the vehicle.

Harris now faces 3 murder charges, including one attempted, as well as a few other charges related to the shooting.


[Update: Suspect Indicted]

The Clark County District Court grand jury indicted Ammar Asim Faruq Harris on charges related to the killing Kenny Clucth, and two others in a drive-by and subsequent car accident on the Las Vegas Strip. 

Harris was also idicted on charges stemming from a robbery and three felony sex assault counts from 2010, which had previously been dismissed last year. The suspect was hit with new charges after the dismissal of the first case, and was thus not under the protection of Double Jeopardy.

Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson is considering issuing the death penalty for the Kenny Clucth charges. Harris is accused of three counts of murder, one count of attempted murder, and seven counts of discharging a weapon.