Ambush in Inglewood



In 2009, Kevin Harris is a promising young musician with a prodigious talent and bright future whose beats have already attracted the attention of top recording artists. But his life ends in a hail of bullets on the night of September 20, when Kevin arrives at an Inglewood, CA recording studio. At least two gunmen fire through the open window or his car, hitting Kevin at near point-blank range and killing him instantly. Although the shooting has all the earmarks of a gang hit, investigators soon discover that Kevin is no gangster. Who then, might want Kevin Harris dead? One theory is that Kevin was mistaken for a known gang member who drove a similar model car. But investigators discover a more ominous possibility when they uncover social media posts which suggest Kevin’s murder may have been the result of a professional rivalry. FBI investigators say they only need one more piece of the puzzle to solve the case and are offering a reward of $25,000 for information leading to the identification, apprehension and conviction of the person who cut Kevin Harris’ life so tragically short.

 

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9 Comments

  1. Annavoig Onamor

    I asked the Lord andd whispered in my ear…that there is a liberal conspiracy to do random acts of violence with guns to convince people that guns are a problem..so during a campaign they can shout out *ban the weapons*..and eventually disarm the common people so that they can implement communism in our natios. All is pre-planned even maas shootings..please wake up!

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  2. not the real kerimparrot

    I did live in Inglewood and it was not a good place to live. My friends and I referred to that place and renamed it to INGLEWATTS.
    In the previous time, I went there to pick up my friend who lived there. I was in my car and he put his 2 piece pool stick into the back seat. Soon as we were ready to leave we were the subject of a police felony interaction. A loud voice told us to put our arms forward and my passenger friend had to get out slowly and face forward only. After him, I had to “play” the same game. I had my seat belt across my chest too that was connected to the door. I told the voice I had to unhook the seat belt. I did get out as ordered and walked backwards. I did turn my head and 9 firearms were aimed at me. They did search the car and must have found the pool cue only was in its carry bag and we had no weapons found! Super cops!

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    • Barbara Kilman

      Grew up in south central we were not allowed to go to Inglewood.
      My cousin didn’t listen and her boyfriend was killed and she was shot.
      I’m still not a fan of it.
      Sorry that happened to you

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  3. Nasim

    Although writing from London, I was born in Inglewood and am very sad to learn this news. My prayers go to Keven and his family and loved ones and I hope the terrible people who took such a beautiful and promising life are apprehended at the soonest, Amen.

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  4. Ryan Fisher

    Where is the audio?

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  5. Gina C.

    What’s left of my heart, and soul aches for your family. I can’t understand this madness and never will. I wish, want and know you will receive the justice you seek. You have to! Somebody do something! Say something! Be somebody! Somebody for someone! Please! Why don’t we matter to each other?!

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