Here are your Tuesday morning headlines:
1. Las Vegas police released new details Monday about what occurred before the mass shooting on the Strip on Oct. 1. Six minutes before Stephen Paddock started firing into the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest festival, he shot hotel security guard Jesus Campos. Originally, police said Campos was shot after Paddock fired into the crowd. Police also revealed that Paddock checked into Mandalay Bay on Sept. 25, three days earlier than previously reported.
2. A man that stole a pickup truck to transport those wounded in the Strip shooting to the hospital, was presented his own truck in Phoenix on Monday. A Phoenix-area used-car dealer wanted to thank Marine veteran Taylor Winston for his selflessness, and gave him a $20,000 Ford F-150 pickup. Winston said he wanted to return to Las Vegas before heading to Nashville for a friend’s wedding.
3. A Las Vegas law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against a bump stock manufacturer on behalf of those “who tragically suffered emotional distress” from the mass shooting earlier in the month. The suit against Slide Fire Solutions LP was filed Friday by Eglet Prince law firm. The suit claims “Paddock could not have injured so many people without a bump stock.” The law firm is seeking unspecified damages.