LAS VEGAS (AP) — Thousands of pages of police reports, witness statements and dispatch logs released by Las Vegas police shed new detail on how officers and hotel security responded to the worst massacre in modern U.S. history.
One account raised more questions about when police reached Paddock's room at the Mandalay Bay resort and why they waited more than an hour to enter it.
It was the third release this month of what Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has said could become weekly disbursements of public records sought by media including The Associated Press.
More than seven months after the attack, the documents did not answer the question of motive. Police and the FBI said they would not comment on the newly released information and that the shooting is still under investigation.