It was the worst mass shooting in U.S history and until this week, the motivation behind Paddock's massacre remained unknown. In a press conference following the court's decision, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said that authorities would be releasing the information on a rolling basis for at least several months.
Sisolak said he hadn't heard of the man's account and he could not say whether it was credible.
She added that Paddock continued to watch her as she cleaned the room, even after he'd ordered room service.
"He [kept] staring at me", she told police. She responded that she was but needed to get items from her cart.
Earlier this month, the department released video footage of officers entering the room in which the shooter, Stephen Paddock, had barricaded himself. That's the same floor from which the gunman carried out the attack. "Lock the door, your door was open".
The host said seeing Danley's photo on the news floored him.
Many said they stayed in place until the gunfire briefly stopped and then they ran for cover.
Caesars Entertainment and Wynn Resorts hosts said Paddock was quiet and introverted and only spoke about non-revealing things, such as traveling and gambling. Paddock was with another man, the witness said, and they were talking about the 1993 standoff in Waco, Texas. Paddock was a skilled gambler, the casino host said, and he stopped coming once those games were taken out.
"And they couldn't get names of everybody just because there were so many people", she said.
Another host at the Rio, who was identified only by the initials A.D., told authorities that Paddock was usually easy-going apart from one incident three years ago where he yelled at an employee because had to wait 20 minutes for his bags to be transferred to his suite.
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A man who was with the woman saw she was bleeding, "and then it dawns on me". The housekeeper said he asked her if she was fine, to which she replied, "Oh yes I am OK". She chose to play dead.
From there, she texted her sister-in-law who was watching her kids: "OMG, there's tons of gunshots and people dead everywhere". Witness accounts of gunfire, chaos, blood, heartbreak and survival emerged Wednesday, May 16, 2018, in police reports made public seven months after the shooting that became the deadliest event of its kind in modern USA history.
But on Wednesday, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released 1,200 pages of police reports, witness statements, and other evidence, for the first time shedding new light on the man responsible for the shooting. The woman's name was redacted from the document.
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.
They had also said the investigation into the shooting is not finished and the information could further traumatise the community.
Another witness said he remembers a police officer tossing injured victims into the bed of a pickup truck.
More than 1,000 pages of documents detail the shooting on the south end of the Las Vegas strip early on October 1.
It follows a court order in a public records lawsuit by The Associated Press and other media organizations.