Cops: Home-invasion defendant left homework in getaway car
LAS VEGAS (AP) — An 18-year-old man arrested in a home-invasion robbery in which a Las Vegas woman was killed left his high school homework in the getaway car, police said.
Math homework bearing Kamari Oliver’s name was found in a backpack in the vehicle after the victim’s boyfriend saw several robbers leaving the home and rammed their vehicle with his own into a nearby wall on March 25, according to a newly released police report.
The getaway car’s occupants ran from the scene and Oliver was arrested March 28 after he arrived at a high school, police said.
The school’s name was redacted from the report and Clark County School District officials declined Monday to provide information about Oliver , the Las Vegas Review-Journa l reported.
The report said police also found $5,000 in the getaway car and that the boyfriend of the slain woman, Natalie Manduley, 24, was known for selling high-end jewelry on Instagram.
Manduley was killed in a shootout with the robbers, police said.
According to court records, charges include Oliver include murder, robbery, kidnapping and home invasion while in possession of a firearm or deadly weapon.
Oliver’s lawyer, Dan Winder, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the allegations.