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Duane “Keffe D” Davis Accused in the Murder of Tupac has Been Granted Bail


January 11, 2024

Duane “Keffe D” Davis, a former gang leader suspected of killing rapper Tupac Shakur can be released on house arrest before his June 2024 trial.

Clark County District Court Judge Carli Kierny set the bail for “Keffe D” at $750,000. 

Keffe D who is now 60, who pleaded not guilty, was charged last September in the murder of Shakur, who was 25 when he was shot in a drive-by in Las Vegas in 1996.

During the Tuesday hearing, which Keffe D attended, his court-appointed attorneys argued he should be released because he is a grandfather and that no evidence suggests he would flee before trial.