Steve Marcus Constable Joe Lombardo speaks throughout a press conference at City Police headquarters Friday, Aug. 3, 2018. Metro launched their final report on the Oct. 1 mass shooting. By Ricardo Torres-Cortez ( contact) Published Friday, Aug. 3, 2018|
9:17 a.m. Updated 24 minutes ago
a Las Vegas Strip show in 2015 had a” struggling mind, “however they are closing their investigation without determining an intention for the deadliest mass shooting in contemporary U.S. history. “Without a manifesto or perhaps a note to respond to questions, the totality of the examination that has been gathered leaves us to just make an informed guess regarding the intentions of Stephen Paddock,”Clark County Constable Joe Lombardo said.”Today, it’s still exceptionally hard to aim to understand this senseless act of violence. “Paddock, a high-stakes gambler, smuggled some two dozen
weapons into a hotel room on the Strip, opening fire from the 32nd flooring onto a country music performance throughout the street, authorities stated. A total of 58 people were killed and more than 800 injured in the Oct. 1 massacre. Paddock killed himself prior to officers blasted their way into his space, authorities said.
Although there were signs Paddock had a”troubled mind, “there wasn’t anything that would have triggered anyone to notify cops, Lombardo said.” By all accounts, Stephen Paddock was an unremarkable guy, “Lombardo said as he provided a 186-page last report on the case.”His movements leading up to October 1st didn’t raise any suspicion.”Lombardo said there was no evidence anyone else was associated with the shooting. In January, City released an initial report on the investigation, which covered Paddock’s actions in the days leading up
to the shooting. The report released today offers a detailed story, which includes summaries of interviews with Paddock’s family, his doctor and Strip workers. It also information a guns and ammunition assessment conducted by the FBI, along with Paddock’s monetary summary. Lombardo said Paddock’s gaming losses over the
last year might have played a role in the shooting.