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Cherry Sr. described his son as an entrepreneur but didn’t say how he made money or if he had jobs other than his music production.

Boldon’s family in Las Vegas was struggling to cope with his death, said Tehran Boldon, the taxi driver’s younger brother.

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Boldon’s sister, Carolyn Jean Trimble, said Boldon was a father, a grandfather and a car race enthusiast who drove a Mercedes when he wasn’t in a cab. He owned a clothing store in Detroit and worked at a car dealership, his sister said, and drove taxis after moving to Las Vegas about 1½ years ago.

The irony that a man with a taste for beautiful cars was killed by a sports car wasn’t lost on Trimble.

"He would be tickled to death: ‘Damn, of all things, a Maserati hit me, took me out like that,’" she said. "I’m happy he didn’t suffer."

In Washington, Sutton-Wasmund co-owned a dress shop, said Debbie Tvedt, the office manager for a Maple Valley plumbing company that Sutton-Wasmund started with her husband, James Wasmund. Sutton-Wasmund was in Las Vegas attending a trade show with her business partner.

"It’s a big loss," Tvedt said in a telephone interview with AP.

The Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce website said Sutton-Wasmund was a board member from 2004 to 2011 before becoming a marketing representative.

A phone message left for James Wasmund was not immediately returned.

The famously glowing, always-open Las Vegas Strip was closed for some 15 hours after the crash. Nevada Highway Patrol Sgt. Eric Kemmer recalled a similarly long closure after the 1996 drive-by slaying of rapper Tupac Shakur.


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That shooting — involving assailants opening fire on Shakur’s luxury sedan from a vehicle on Flamingo Road — happened about a block away from Thursday’s crash.

The Shakur killing has never been solved.

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