Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said Friday at a news conference that examinations of Paddock's politics, finances, any possible radicalization and his social behavior have turned up little information on what led to the attack. She voluntarily flew back to the USA from the Philippines Tuesday night and met with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for hours of questioning.
"I loved him and hoped for a quiet future together with him".
A former executive casino host at the Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa in Reno, Nevada, where Paddock frequently gambled, says he had a "god complex" and expected quick service no matter how busy employees were.
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had stockpiled his huge cache of arms over a period of two decades, the United States investigators say. Authorities did recover a note left behind but it reportedly was not a suicide note.
Las Vegas officials have released the startling suggestion that Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock actually planned to escape after the mass shooting on Sunday.
Las Vegas Police found 50 pounds of explosives and 1,600 rounds of ammunition in the vehicle Paddock parked at the Mandalay Bay Hotel where he mounted his assault on thousands of concertgoers. Officials also uncovered that he bought 33 firearms during a 13-month period leading up to the attack. "Anything that would indicate this individual trigger point, which would cause him to inflict this harm, we're not there yet".
Law enforcement says Paddock had stockpiled 47 guns since 1982 and bought 33 of them over the past year alone.
Paddock also used a number of cameras in his hotel room, none of which were recording. For unknown reasons, he was unable to obtain a room and chose to move on.
Police are looking into whether Paddock hired a prostitute before the massacre.
The sheriff pointed out other new and shocking details, including that, during the shooting spree, Stephen Paddock targeted large aviation fuel tanks at McCarran International Airport, right next to the concert venue, trying to get them to explode.
Danley said, "He wired me money, which he said was for me to buy a house for me and my family".