Tazon Bradford Obituary, Death – The office of the Clark County coroner made the identifications of two individuals who were shot within two hours of each other on Monday. Both victims were found dead at the scene. The information that was provided by the coroner’s office indicates that Tazon Bradford, 20, from North Las Vegas, passed suddenly at 3:34 p.m. on Friday due to multiple gunshot wounds.
He was a resident of North Las Vegas. Officers were called nine minutes before Bradford died, after a fight turned into a shooting in a townhome in the 2500 block of Sierra Bello Avenue, inside the gated Corte Madera Town Homes community, according to Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Jason Johansson. Johansson indicated that he did not believe the person being arrested by the police and that they were in the process of questioning them at the scene of the crime was the person who pulled the trigger on the shooting.
Johansson said that he did not believe the person being detained by the police was the shooter. As of the beginning of the workweek on Monday, nobody had been brought into arrest in connection with the fatal shooting. Tymere Snead, 23, was shot in the torso and died from his injuries less than two hours after the shooting. At five o’clock in the evening, Snead was discovered on the 300 block of West Sahara Avenue.
This section of West Sahara Avenue is situated in close proximity to the Allure Las Vegas Condos as well as the Golden Steer restaurant. According to the statement that was made public by Metro, Snead’s body was found laying in a parking lot after officers were called to the location after receiving a report of a shooting. Snead passed away at University Medical Centre, and the individual who was believed to have shot him fled the scene.