Las Vegas PD: Paddock spent decades acquiring ammo, lived secret life

At least 20 dead, more than 100 injured in Las Vegas shooting

At least 20 dead, more than 100 injured in Las Vegas shooting

The Filipina woman, 62, is considered a "person of interest" in the investigation of the attack, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said Tuesday afternoon.

"We didn't know where the shooter [was]".

"I anticipate he was looking for anybody coming to take him into custody", Lombardo said earlier in the day.

So far, police believe Paddock acted alone - which could make his motive more hard to determine.

"No one can put the puzzles together".

"She still looks the same", the neighbor said.

Police "can't be at all places at all times", Lombardo said, so it's vital that when anybody sees anything suspicious, he or she should alert authorities.

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It was through his gambling that Paddock reportedly met Danley, when she was working as a hostess at a casino in Reno, Nevada, several years ago.

Danley's Manila-based brother, Reynaldo Bustos, told the ABC that he immediately contacted his younger sister when he saw her boyfriend on the news and she told him she had "a clean conscience". He last communicated with him over text, asking if their 90-year-old mother was okay after she lost power during Hurricane Irma.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Special Agent in Charge Jill Schneider said Paddock had a combination of rifles, shotguns and pistols in the three locations.

He purchased 33 firearms, mostly rifles, between October 2016 and September 2017, according to an ATF spokesperson.

The shooter opened fire from the 32nd floor of a hotel on the crowd for about 5 minutes.

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The killer also had cameras set up inside and outside the suite. Paddock turned his attention to those outside his door and fired, wounding one of them.

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State police said if someone unlawfully possesses or converts a semiautomatic into an automatic weapon that it would violate CT law. Authorities believe he killed himself.

Analyzing Paddock's computer, cellphone and other electronic devices, Investigators have found no obvious ideological motive, no clear connection to extremists or activist groups or outward display of mental illness.

The president told reporters Wednesday before boarding Marine One that he and first lady Melania Trump will be paying their respects to meeting with police who have done a "fantastic job in a very short time".

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"I knew Stephen Paddock as a kind, caring, quiet man", Danley's statement said. Danley lived with Paddock in his single-family home in Sun City Mesquite, a retirement community along the Nevada-Arizona border.

News first reported the wire transfer, citing "multiple senior law enforcement officials", and CNN later confirmed it with another official.

Stephen Paddock wasn't initially labeled a terrorist, though some people on Twitter argued the deadliest mass shooting in USA history wasn't an act of terrorism because of his skin color and background. The sister added, "She didn't even know that she was going to the Philippines until Steve said, 'Marilou, I found you a cheap ticket to the Philippines.'" There is one thing the sister agreed on with investigators and the general public.

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