Tupac Shakur murder suspect Duane Davis granted $750,000 bail and house arrest

A Las Vegas judge has set a $750,000 bail for Duane “Keffe D” Davis, a former gang leader accused of ordering late hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur’s 1996 murder.

Davis can be under house arrest until his June trial with electronic monitoring as long as he can post bail, the judge decided Tuesday, the Associated Press reported

Davis faces a bail request of no more than $100,000, per his state-appointed attorneys Robert Arroyo and Charles Cano, who said the 60-year-old’s declining health and recent bout with cancer pose a lack of flight risk. 

However, prosecutors argued Davis is a threat, pointing to a recorded jail call mentioning a “green light” as an alleged permission to kill. They also indicated that police investigations and a 2019 tell-all memoir were enough evidence to convict him of the alleged crime. 

Davis’s legal team disputes
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