Las Vegas shooter's gf arrives in LA from PH

Las Vegas shooter's gf arrives in LA from PH

Las Vegas shooter's gf arrives in LA from PH

The shooting - the worst in modern USA history - has sparked debate over U.S. gun laws, but President Donald Trump has said the discussion over what, if anything, needs to be done was "not for now", the BBC report said.

Broken windows that Stephen Paddock fired from in the The Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino are seen in Las Vegas, Nevada, is seen October 4, 2017. Investigators reportedly told Danley she was a "person of interest" in the investigation.

She arrived to the United States from the Philippines on late Tuesday.

"It never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against anyone", said Danley, an Australian citizen who moved to the United States 20 years ago to work on the casino strip.

Suarez initially said the Federal Bureau of Investigation had shared to the NBI the information on the date of her arrival and the money transfer.

The first report to police came at 10.08pm and Paddock continued to fire for "somewhere between nine and 11 minutes", officials said.

Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo floated the possibility that Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock could have been "radicalized".

Authorities are still trying to piece together why Paddock carried out the worst shooting in US history.

The horrific shooting took place on Sunday night while a concert was taking place near Mandala Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, where Paddock had rented a room on the 32nd floor. She expressed sympathy for the victims and said she had no clue that he was planning the attack.

"I anticipate he was looking for anybody coming to take him into custody", Lombardo said at an afternoon press conference.

During the Sunday night rampage, a hotel security guard who approached the room was shot through the door and wounded in the leg.

"It was pre-planned extensively and I'm pretty sure he evaluated everything he did in his actions".

The source, which the publication described as not being "directly involved in the investigation", said Paddock rented a series of condos overlooking the festival. "We have a responsibility to get it right".

According to Lombardo, one camera was placed by the gunman in a food service cart in the hallway outside of his suite.

Nineteen more guns were found at Paddock's Mesquite home and seven at his Reno house.

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