The Clark County coroner’s office complied with a court order late Wednesday and released the autopsy reports of 58 people killed in the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip.
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.”
Arizona resident Douglas Haig, whose name had not been previously released, said he sold ammunition to gunman Stephen Paddock but did not know him.
Described as “Cliff’s Notes” to the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting investigation, a preliminary report released Friday provides more detail on the shooter’s moves, authorities’ response and photos from the Mandalay Bay suite where the killer died.
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.
Crime scene photos contained in the preliminary report on the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas show the hotel room used by gunman Stephen Paddock at Mandalay Bay on the Strip.
The Clark County Coroner’s office on Thursday released the cremated remains of Las Vegas Strip shooter Stephen Paddock to his brother.
The Washoe County Medical Society presented its Clark County counterpart with the community service award at its 112th Inaugural Dinner Saturday in Reno.
Metropolitan Police Department lawyers said Tuesday that criminal charges related to the Oct. 1 massacre may be coming in the next 60 days.