Police: Despite 1000 leads, no clear motive in Vegas shooting - WCYB

(CNN) - Investigators looking into Sunday's Las Vegas massacre have found no known nexus to terror or connections to ISIS, Undersheriff Kevin C. McMahill told reporters Friday. They have no credible information as to Stephen Paddock's motive, despite ...

What we still don't know about Vegas attack - BBC News

Survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history are still reeling five days after a gunman killed 58 people and wounded 500 others at an open-air country music festival. Investigators are poring over the life of Stephen Paddock, the 64 ...

The Latest: Billboards going up seeking tips on Vegas probe - Modesto Bee

Authorities are planning to put up billboards in Las Vegas to seek more tips as they investigate the deadliest shooting rampage in modern U.S. history. Undersheriff Kevin McMahill also revealed at a news conference Friday afternoon that police are ...

Official: No clear motive yet in Vegas shooting - KWQC-TV6

LAS VEGAS (AP) — UPDATE: Authorities say they still don't have a clear motive for the Las Vegas shooting rampage. FILE - In this Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 file photo, police officers tell people to take cover near the scene of a shooting near the Mandalay ...

Charger found in Las Vegas gunman's hotel room – but it DOESN'T match his phones - Daily Star

DETECTIVES probing the Las Vegas shooting have discovered a charger in gunman Stephen Paddock's hotel room that DOESN'T match his phones. 0. By Tom Towers / Published 6th October 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time ...

New evidence may suggest Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was not alone in hotel room - AOL

Investigators are looking into two key pieces of evidence that seem to suggest that Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was not entirely alone in his Mandalay Bay hotel room. Senior law enforcement officials told NBC News that they have made two ...

Vegas killer screamed in his sleep: report - NEWS.com.au

Authorities have potential evidence of a co-conspirator, including a mystery phone charger found in Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's hotel room. By Peter Mitchell, AAP US Correspondent. Australian Associated PressOctober 7, 20176:02am.

A casino regular, quiet but prickly, unleashes a rampage - SFGate

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Stephen Paddock usually kept a cigar at hand, even though he didn't smoke. But he was quick to notice when somebody sat down beside him and lit up. Then Paddock, a denizen of hazy casinos, would take out his cigar, light it and ...

No clear answers to carnage in Las Vegas - The Mercury News

Aaron Rouse, the special agent in charge of the FBI's Las Vegas division, warned that the shooting probe will “take a while,” but he pledged that authorities “will get to the bottom of this no matter how long it takes.” By The Washington Post ...

NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week - News1130

FILE - In this Oct. 5, 2010, file photo, a the front of a Pizza Hut restaurant is seen in Los Angeles. The AP reported on Oct. 5, 2017, that an online coupon offering three free pizzas to celebrate the anniversary of the pizza chain is a hoax. (AP ...

Las Vegas shooting: Stephen Paddock's hotel neighbour details confusion, gunfire - Globalnews.ca

When Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire from a sniper's nest perched 32 floors above the Las Vegas Strip, slaughtering at least 58 people, Floyd Conrade was “starting to wind down for the night” in the hotel room directly underneath the ...

Marilou Danley Update: Stephen Paddock Would 'Lie In Bed Screaming' Before Shooting - International Business Times

During questioning by investigators this week, the girlfriend of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock shed some light on his mental health in the days before the horrific massacre that left at least 58 dead and more than 500 injured. Authorities hoped ...

Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's girlfriend Marilou Danley said he was screaming, moaning in bed before deadly ... - CrimeOnline

The girlfriend of suspected Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock has said he was displaying alarming behavior ahead of the deadly gun massacre in Las Vegas Sunday night, which killed 58 people and injured almost 500. According to NBC News, ...

Stephen Paddock hired prostitutes and his girlfriend was 'nervous' around him, reveals friend - Metro

The man responsible for the worst mass shooting in US history hired prostitutes and had a gun room in his house so weapons wouldn't fall into the hands of the 'wrong people', reveals a friend. Adam Le Fevre, an Australian businessman, went on a couple ...

Australian Federal Police help Las Vegas police over Marilou Danley - The Australian

Australian authorities are assisting their US counterparts with investigations into Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock and his Australian girlfriend, Marilou Danley, Australian Federal Police Chief Commissioner Andrew Colvin has confirmed. Mr Colvin's ...

Las Vegas shooting may be 'like father, like son' scenario - ABC2 News

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - The emerging profile of shooter Stephen Paddock paints the picture of a meticulous planner who was disturbed and dangerous. Similar words were once used to describe Paddock's father, who was also a notorious criminal. Sources tell ...

Las Vegas shooting: Marilou Danley's previous life explored - Courier Mail

THE couple in the low-set brick home in Pine Grove St, Nerang, had for years maintained a genial relationship with neighbours. Leslie Darcey was a former welterweight boxer and well-regarded local businessman. His wife Marilou was 25 years his junior ...

Las Vegas massacre gunman was planning more attacks and car bombing spree, investigators fear… as it's claimed ... - The Sun

DETECTIVES investigating why killer Stephen Paddock gunned down 58 concert-goers in Las Vegas believe he may have been planning further attacks - including a car bomb. Paddock shot more than 500 people during a nine-minute killing spree from the ...

Vegas shooter's girlfriend 'nervous and jittery' around him, Aussie friend says - 9news.com.au

An Australian former friend of Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock has spoken of his horror as he watched the chilling bodycam footage of police on the scene, for the first time. Adam Le Fevre spoke to A Current Affair in a world exclusive interview ...

Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, Islamic State and the mystery of motive - Stuff.co.nz

Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told reporters that 58 people were known to have died after shooting attack in Las Vegas. Despite earlier claims of responsibility by Islamic State, the FBI's Aaron Rouse said "no connection to an international ...