The home cops raided in Vegas this week in connection with the unsolved Tupacmurder belongs to the wife of a guy who says he was in the car with a man who shot and killed the late rapper.
TMZ has confirmed the address where Vegas Metro executed a search warrant Monday … it’s owned by a woman named Paula Clemons — who’s married, we’ve learned, to Keefe D.
Folks familiar with Tupac lore know exactly who Keefe D is — he’s a former Crip, and for years now he’s been doing interviews claiming to be the uncle of the late Orlando Anderson … who’s been suspected, at least on the streets, to have been the shooter.
Orlando and his crew — including Keefe — were in Vegas that night … and both were actually jumped by Tupac, Suge Knight and other Death Row affiliates at the MGM Grand. It’s an altercation that was caught on surveillance video … and many thought Orlando may have orchestrated a revenge shooting after the Tyson fight that night. FWIW, Orlando himself had denied any involvement before he was killed in a shootout himself.
As for Paula, she also owned a home in Compton in the ’90s … what’s interesting, in 1998, the L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. recovered a gun in the backyard of a Compton home … a home the Sheriff’s Dept. said belonged to the girlfriend of known Crip who was in Vegas the night of the murder.
As we reported, cops raided Paula’s Henderson, Nevada home Tuesday. The reason the raid is significant is because, to obtain that warrant, police had to show a judge there was probable cause to believe there was evidence in the home connected to Tupac’s murder.
Cops are not saying what they recovered from Paula’s Henderson home.
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