‘Per­son of in­ter­est’ redacted from Ve­gas shoot­ing records

Hawaii Tribune Herald - - NEWS -

LAS VE­GAS (AP) — Search war­rant records un­sealed Tues­day show that in the first hours after the dead­li­est mass shoot­ing in mod­ern U.S. his­tory, Las Ve­gas po­lice and FBI agents iden­ti­fied two peo­ple of in­ter­est along with the lone gun­man, Stephen Pad­dock.

The name of one of those peo­ple is blacked out in the court records re­leased to the As­so­ci­ated Press.

The Las Ve­gas Re­view Jour­nal, cit­ing po­lice doc­u­ments, iden­ti­fied that per­son as Dou­glas Haig. He could not im­me­di­ately be reached by the AP.

The other per­son is Pad­dock’s girl­friend, Mar­ilou Dan­ley. She was in the Philip­pines at the time of the at­tack and is co­op­er­at­ing with in­ves­ti­ga­tors.

Au­thor­i­ties pre­vi­ously said she’s not likely to face crim­i­nal charges.

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