Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-10-18 21:06:47 –
Alfonso Turner, 29, shot and killed while driving a car from his apartment
Las Vegas (KLAS) — A family of four fathers who quit their jobs as security guards when they were shot and killed answered in an unsolved murder a few weeks before Alfonso Turner’s 30th birthday. I hope to get it.
According to police, Turner was shot dead by two men while being pulled out of an apartment working at the intersection of Amberly Lane and Mountain Vista Street in Higashidani. The intersection is near Sahara Avenue and Nellis Boulevard.
“My brother was the love of our lives,” said Turner’s sister, Jerika Arlington.
To Arlington, Alfonso was simply known as “Al.”
“He was very humorous, stupid and very positive,” she said. “He will go.” I had a child. I don’t have time for that. So we made that phrase. I didn’t know how often I would quote him until I lost him. “
Turner moved to Las Vegas after his father was shot dead. The former NFL has repelled David “Deacon” Turner. Police shot and killed Elder Turner in Bakersfield, California in 2011.
On May 8, Turner was in a car a friend was pulling at an intersection when the two men began firing. According to police, the man fired a total of 40 times.
“Whenever you have that type of gun-that many gunshots, that’s worrisome,” said Metro Police murder lieutenant Ray Spencer.
The passenger was not injured, but police are not sure who the intended target was.
“At this time, we don’t have any viable leads to follow up,” Spencer said.
“He had a lot of friends. He had no enemies,” Arlington said. “I know someone tried to attack a friend and he hit him about a week ago.”
Investigators said Turner had nothing to do with anyone he knew or his death, according to Arlington. She said his 30th birthday was November 16th. By that time, she wants to get an answer.
“I want people to come forward because that’s the right thing to do,” she said.
Metro police held a press conference at Southeastern Command on Monday morning, repeating their call for clues.
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The suspect in this case is portrayed as two black men with hidden faces.
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