Suspect arrested nearly 11 months after south Las Vegas murder


A person stands accused of homicide practically 11 months after a lethal taking pictures at a south valley condominium advanced, in keeping with a not too long ago launched arrest warrant.

Las Vegas murder detectives recognized Jeffery Vance Jeter, 36, as a suspect in the fatal Sept. 24 shooting of Darrion Bolden, 26, in keeping with the warrant for Jeter’s arrest. The detectives decided Jeter waited for Bolden’s arrival on the parking storage inside Manhattan Condominiums, positioned at 32 E. Serene Ave.

Bolden was ambushed about 7:20 a.m. after he arrived residence to the advanced. Bolden was shot, and he ran as he “continued to be shot,” the warrant stated.

“The trajectory and sample of the crime scene counsel that the suspect adopted (Bolden) by way of the parking storage and shot indiscriminately at (him) till he lastly fell,” the warrant stated. Bolden died on the scene.

The Metropolitan Police Division pinpointed Jeter as a suspect by way of interviews and cellphone data, in keeping with the warrant. He was booked Tuesday into Clark County Detention Middle.

Jeter, the ex-boyfriend of Bolden’s girlfriend, known as her by way of a blocked quantity a number of occasions inside two hours of the taking pictures, police wrote within the warrant.

Name data confirmed Jeter was within the space on the time of the taking pictures.

“Jeter has no connection to the world and had no purpose to be within the condominium advanced at an early hour of the morning,” the warrant stated.

The data counsel he turned his cellphone off after the taking pictures after which left for California, in keeping with the warrant. He had not returned as of Might, when police wrote the warrant for Jeter’s arrest.

The girlfriend advised police Jeter had grown more and more jealous of her new relationship and had been violent together with her up to now, the warrant stated.

Home battery expenses in opposition to Jeter had been dismissed in 2012, courtroom data present.

Witnesses reported two males working and an SUV fleeing from the advanced after gunfire. Safety footage noticed these two males parking the SUV close by about 6:20 a.m. after which exiting shortly earlier than the taking pictures, the warrant stated. The warrant didn’t determine a second suspect.

An lawyer representing Jeter had known as police and steered Jeter was afraid of being arrested, the warrant stated. Detectives and the lawyer mentioned a gathering with Jeter in December, however the assembly by no means occurred. Police by no means spoke with Jeter.

A name to Jeter’s lawyer, Bob Beckett, was not returned.

Contact Mike Shoro at mshoro@reviewjournal.com or 702-387-5290. Observe @mike_shoro on Twitter.

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