According to police, an 18-year-old man arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery that resulted in the death of a Las Vegas woman left his high school homework in the getaway car.
According to a newly released police report, math homework bearing Kamari Oliver’s name was discovered in a backpack in the vehicle after the victim’s boyfriend observed several robbers leaving the home and rammed their vehicle into a nearby wall with his own.
The occupants of the getaway car fled the scene, and Oliver was apprehended on March 28 after arriving at a high school, according to police.
The name of the school was redacted from the report, and Clark County School District officials refused to provide details about Oliver on Monday, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
According to the report, police discovered $5,000 in the getaway vehicle, and the slain woman’s boyfriend, Natalie Manduley, 24, was known for selling high-end jewelry on Social media such as Instagram.
According to police, Manduley was killed in a shootout with the robbers.
According to court documents, Oliver faces charges of murder, robbery, kidnapping, and home invasion while in possession of a firearm or deadly weapon.