Surveillance video captured a black Honda Pilot parked in the center driveway of the lot around 4:30 a.m. About 10 minutes later, it moved to the southeast corner of the lot. Two people, a man and a woman, are seen entering the SUV at 5:18 a.m., the affidavit states.
At around 5:30 a.m., a red SUV is seen parking directly in front of the parked Honda, blocking its path, followed by two motorcycles – Hicks and a Harley Davidson. An altercation between several people appeared to follow, according to court records.
A few minutes later, the red SUV and motorbikes started driving away, with the Honda quickly approaching behind. Hicks pulled to a stop in the center of the parking lot, and the Honda swerved toward him and hit him with the passenger side. He continued to accelerate, rolling over Hicks and his motorcycle and dragging him, the affidavit states. He said the Honda then raced out of the parking lot, jumping the raised cement barrier.
The driver of the red SUV, an unidentified female, stopped near the entrance/exit to the parking lot and ran towards Hicks. She then returned to the vehicle and fled. C-Tran’s video captured the red SUV and another motorcycle fleeing east on Fourth Plain Boulevard, according to the affidavit.
Hicks’ niece told investigators she saw a post on a Clark County Facebook group claiming that a man named “Corey” and a woman named “Rachel” killed Hicks because he owed them money. ‘silver. That afternoon, someone from the Facebook group messaged the niece and said Wallace had gone home, according to court records.