A Las Vegas police sergeant confirmed Wednesday that Oct. 1 gunman Stephen Paddock was dead before any officers breached his Mandalay Bay hotel suite.
The attorney representing Arizona resident Douglas Haig, who was named in October as a “person of interest” in the Las Vegas shooting investigation, said he believes his client is “totally unconnected with the situation.”
Stephen Paddock’s doctor suspected he had bipolar disorder, and the gunman’s girlfriend said the couple had grown apart in the year before the Oct. 1 shooting.
The Clark County Coroner’s office on Thursday released the cremated remains of Las Vegas Strip shooter Stephen Paddock to his brother.
The body of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock, the man behind the largest mass shooting in modern American history, has been cremated, his brother told the Review-Journal.
After lawyers for police claimed in court Tuesday that charges may be filed in the Las Vegas Strip shooting, legal observers questioned whether the gunman’s girlfriend is unfairly being singled out.
In the months leading up to the Oct. 1 shooting, Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock methodically planned a massacre, carefully sidestepping detection from authorities. But even in death, he continued to perplex, according to federal search warrant records a judge ordered unsealed Friday.
Within hours of the Las Vegas massacre that left 58 people dead, the gunman’s girlfriend had deleted her Facebook account, according to search warrants unsealed Friday.
Mandalay Bay hotel staff had more than 10 interactions with Stephen Paddock in the days leading up to his Oct. 1 massacre of 58 people on the Strip, MGM Resorts International said Friday.