A Northern Nevada real estate agent purchased mass murderer Stephen Paddock’s Reno home Thursday, nine months after it was placed on the market.
A man and woman want to buy the Reno home of mass murderer Stephen Paddock.
The Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas mass shooter wants his case thrown out of court.
Federal prosecutors insisted in a recent court filing that any future trial against Douglas Haig needs to mention Stephen Paddock, the man who fatally shot 58 people on the Strip.
An anonymous donor has given $62,500 to ensure that all of Stephen Paddock’s weapons are destroyed, according to the attorney for the special administrator of the gunman’s estate.
After nearly 16 months, the agency said it could not determine why gunman Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others in October 2017.
Las Vegas Strip gunman Stephen Paddock’s house in Mesquite has been sold.
The latest tally of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock’s worth totals more than $1.3 million.
Dr. Ivan Goldsmith, a weight loss specialist, is accused of using his access to the state’s Prescription Monitoring Program in an “incompetent, unskillful or negligent manner” by looking up Stephen Paddock’s patient profile on five occasions.
The listing for a house here touts plenty of selling points — breathtaking views, generous lot sizes and upgraded granite countertops. What’s not mentioned? The former owner is one of the most infamous mass murderers in U.S. history.
Those closest to Stephen Paddock described him as meticulous, calculating and sometimes cold, but none of them expected violence from the man, according to a new report.
Families of the 58 people killed in the Las Vegas mass shooting stand to collect about $758,000 from the sale of the gunman’s two Nevada homes after a Clark County judge on Thursday allowed the properties to be listed.
A newly released report suggests that gunman Stephen Paddock and his girlfriend occasionally spent time apart in the months before the mass shooting on the Strip.
Days before his attack on a country music concert, the Oct. 1 shooter told a condo owner at The Ogden that he wanted to reserve a unit for himself and his wife.