Home Tv & Show Mystery of woman’s ‘home invasion murder’ solved after high school student, 18,...

Mystery of woman’s ‘home invasion murder’ solved after high school student, 18, left a crucial clue in his getaway car


A HIGH school student has been arrested over a deadly home invasion after cops found his homework in the getaway car.

Kamari Oliver, 18, has been charged with murder over an alleged targeted robbery that left 24-year-old Natalie Manduley dead.

Kamari Oliver, 18, was arrested last week in connection with the afternoon burglary that left 24-year-old Natalie Manduley dead
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

Police in Nevada apparently found homework in the getaway vehicle[/caption]

When law enforcement searched the white Mercedes-Benz used to flee the scene of the burglary, they found a backpack inside that led them to the suspect.

“Inside the backpack was a school Chrome Book along with a notebook of schoolwork, specifically math work,” law enforcement told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

“In the top right corner of the schoolwork, the name ‘Kamari Oliver’ and ‘5th Period’ were written,” the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

Police took 18-year-old Oliver into custody on March 28 at an unnamed high school in Las Vegas.

Read more news


Inside Vegas chapel where Kourtney Kardashian & Travis Barker said ‘I do’


Missing boy, 10, said ‘dad is going to kill me’ before disappearing 2 years ago

Oliver has been charged with the March 25 murder of 24-year-old Natalie Manduley.

He also faces counts of robbery, kidnapping, and burglary, according to the newspaper. 

Law enforcement say four individuals carried out the targeted robbery on the afternoon of March 25 at the home where Manduley was living.

The robbers reportedly shot and killed Manduley inside her bedroom.

One other woman who was in the house at the time survived the incident.

According to the arrest report, Manduley’s boyfriend, who sells high end jewelry, was not home during the afternoon robbery.

Read More on The US Sun


Missing doctor’s body found in waterfall days after her last text

The boyfriend arrived at home just as the robbers were attempting to flee in the white car, police said.

The assailants reportedly made off with $5,000 in cash, which was uncovered later when cops searched the car.

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The US Sun team?

Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552.

Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS

Previous articleBoris Johnson demands FIFA President 'rethink' position on Russian aggression
Next articleNot his problem’ Scott Morrison mocked for refusing to pay for flood resilience funding


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here