UPDATE: 9:35 p.m.
A suspect in a drive-by shooting that ended in a fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip and left three people dead was arrested in Studio City Thursday, the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Ammar Harris, 26, was taken into custody by federal agents at an associate's house in the Archview Apartments on 4150 Arch Dr. He was named a person of interest by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shortly after the shooting took place on Feb. 21.
Initial reports from multiple media outlets stated the arrest happened in North Hollywood.
Harris allegedly fired shots from his Range Rover at a Maserati driven by aspiring rapper Wayne Cherry Jr., 27, according to the Sun.
Police say Cherry lost control of the car and crashed into a taxi at Flamingo Road, triggering an explosion that killed cab driver Michael Boldon, 62, and passenger Sandra Sutton-Wasmund, 48.
Harris is scheduled to make an appearance in Los Angeles Superior Court Monday on a fugitive warrant, according to the district attorney's office.
Las Vegas police officials say Harris left Las Vegas shortly after the shooting. They said there were three women in a Range Rover with Harris when the shooting occurred who were interviewed and released and are not expected to be charged.
City News Service was used in compiling this report.
This is a developing story. Check back soon for more details.
A YouTube clip showing footage of Harris prior to his arrest is attached to this story. WARNING: Foul language.