On Friday, the Las Vegas Sheriff’s office released an update on the Las Vegas massacre last October 1. According to the update, the girlfriend of shooter Stephen Paddock will likely not be charged, and police have pursued 2,000 leads and perused over 21,000 hours of video.
Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, had her fingerprints on the ammunition Paddock used in the massacre; her casino players’ card was found in his room. She told investigators she sometimes helped Paddock load the magazines.
Earlier this week, as Fox 5 Las Vegas reported, an attorney for various media outlets triggered the revelation that other suspects beyond Paddock were under investigation. The attorney argued that releasing information relating to the massacre was critical in order for Las Vegas residents to heal from the tragedy, prompting the lawyer for Las Vegas Metro Police to admit other suspects were under investigation.