Stephen Paddock rained gunfire from a 32nd floor hotel room down on the 22,000 people attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert on October 1. It was the worst mass shooting in U.S history and until this week, the motivation behind Paddock's massacre remained unknown.
"I told them to get in however they could", he said. The housekeeper said he asked her if she was fine, to which she replied, "Oh yes I am OK".
A housekeeper at the Mandalay Bay described her discomfort at Paddock sitting at a table eating soup and staring at her as she cleaned his hotel room four days before the shooting.
Another man told police he had been with a woman who was shot, saying: Then it dawns on me.
One man described taking cover to the right of the stage once he and others heard gunshots.
The release of documents Wednesday was the second round of materials released after a Clark County District judge ruled in February that the records should be released.
"And they couldn't get names of everybody just because there were so many people", she said. Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo sought to keep the documents secret because the investigation is still ongoing and he apologized to the public, stating that the release would "further traumatize a wounded community".
The host said seeing Danley's photo on the news floored him. He says he then walked down the hall and discovered a metal bracket keeping the door shut.
Stephen Paddock kept his hotel room clean but made a housekeeper uneasy when she tidied up in the days before the gunman slaughtered 58 people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history.
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The host said his relationship with Paddock soured after Paddock began gambling less at the casino. He was only seen with his girlfriend, though he didn't show her much affection, the host said. She chose to play dead.
In one witness statement, which included redacted information, a man told authorities that Paddock, 64, of Mesquite, Nevada, had answered a Backpage ad he'd posted about selling schematics for an AR-15 for $40. "And everybody just kept yelling, like 'Oh, it's fireworks, '" one woman told investigators.
Seven months after the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, police have released witness statements and officer reports about the shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds on the Las Vegas Strip.
Drapes billow out of broken windows at the Mandalay Bay resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip, Oct. 2, 2017, following a deadly shooting at a music festival.
Several seconds later, she fell to the ground and couldn't feel her arm.
He had helped the woman to a nearby limousine and the vehicle's driver had taken them to hospital.
The police department opposed releasing the information, calling the public records request costly and time-consuming.
Her interview with law enforcement officers, as well as statements from other casino employees who interacted with gunman Stephen Paddock, were among those released under court order Wednesday by the Metropolitan Police Department.
Media outlets sued to obtain videos, 911 recordings, evidence logs and interview reports to shed light on the response by public agencies, emergency workers and hotel officials during and after the shooting.