Supposed trip driver apprehended in northwest Vegas killing

Police taped off a section of Copper Knoll Avenue in the northwest Las Vegas Valley during a homicide investigation on March 14, 2017. (Luis Marquez/FOX5) Cops taped off a section of Copper Knoll Opportunity in the northwest Las Vegas Valley throughout a homicide investigation on March 14, 2017. (Luis Marquez/FOX5) Cops taped off a section of Copper Knoll Avenue in the northwest Las Vegas Valley throughout a homicide investigation on March 14, 2017.( Luis Marquez/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-.

A 3rd suspect, referred to as the vacation driver, was charged in connection to the death of a 19-year-old lady in northwest Las Vegas. Court files revealed Tracena Danay Brown faces murder and burglary charges associated with the death of Alyssa Sayago on < a href="

http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/34799288/woman-shot-killed-in-backyard-of-vacant-northwest-vegas-home-identified” > March 13. Authorities previously apprehended Daelin Wagner and Khari James in April.

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According to the arrest report, cell phone records showed an individual organized a drug deal with Sayago at a YMCA, however later on changed the location and wrongly claimed it with that person’s home. Detectives believe the suspect was setting her as much as be robbed.

Sayago was on the phone with a friend when she approached the home of sell marijuana and told her good friend your house looked “strange.” A man appeared from the back of the home and asked Sayago to go to through the back of the home of weigh the marijuana because the alarm in the front was too loud. She went in spite of her buddy advising her not to. Witnesses reported hearing a gunshot and cops later discovered Sayago dead in the yard.

Phone records showed James and Wagner were communicating with Sayago and managing the robbery.

Security video also revealed James and Wagner exiting an automobile, one from the rear motorist’s side and the other from the front guest side. The automobile they showed up in then drove out of the electronic camera’s frame.

A confidential tipster later called police and claimed to understand the suspects involved in the shooting, determining Brown, James, and Wagner. Brown was described as the trip driver. The tipster also told authorities James said another individual was associated with the break-in.

The arrest report mentioned cops are working to favorably determine the remaining suspect.

A court appearance was scheduled for Brown on April 26.

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