Woman no longer considered person of interest in Strip shooting
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Las Vegas police said Wednesday night they no longer consider Tineesha Howard a person of interest in the deadly Las Vegas Strip shooting last week.
Police initially named Howard, who also goes by the name Yenesis Alfonso, as a person of interest earlier this week.
According to a press release sent Thursday morning, police located Howard in another state. They did confirm that she was in the Range Rover, allegedly driven by Ammar Harris, at the time of the shooting.
Tineesha has a record including arrests for prostitution and possession of a stolen vehicle.
Authorities want to remind the public they are still actively searching for Ammar Harris, wanted on three counts of homicide.
Anyone with information on Harris' whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers immediately at 702-385-5555. Information leading to his arrest could result in a reward.