In a press conference following the court's decision, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said that authorities would be releasing the information on a rolling basis for at least several months.
On Wednesday, the LMPVD made public over a hundred pages of investigator interviews and witness statements from people who had encountered Stephen Paddock, or someone they suspected could have been Stephen Paddock, prior to the deadly shooting.
A man who worked for Caesars Entertainment who had known Paddock for years said Paddock was a regular guest for several years but Caesars took out his favorite video poker machines.
She added that Paddock continued to watch her as she cleaned the room, even after he'd ordered room service.More news: Multiple deaths reported after US school bus and truck collide
Campos says he initially received a call from dispatch around 10 p.m. and was told to check "doors" as the property has a system that signals when a door has been opened for long periods. The housekeeper said he asked her if she was fine, to which she replied, "Oh yes I am OK". Paddock was easy to deal with, and he always paid his debt promptly, the host said. She said she overheard a conversation between the man she believes was Paddock and another man, and that Paddock was speaking angrily about FBI-involved standoffs in Waco, Texas, and at Ruby Ridge in the 1990s. Witness accounts of gunfire, chaos, blood, heartbreak and survival emerged Wednesday, May 16, 2018, in police reports made public seven months after the shooting that became the deadliest event of its kind in modern US history. She also said she thought it odd he had more than five pieces of luggage in the room. She made a decision to play dead.
The documents were released in compliance with a court order issued late last month, after multiple media outlets sued the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department for the release of documents - including audio and video files - connected to the deadly mass shooting.
One woman (names are blacked out in the police documents) told police: There was a noise to our right.
Witness accounts of gunfire, chaos, bloody bodies and desperate bids to survive last year's mass shooting in Las Vegas emerged Wednesday in police reports made public seven months after the deadliest event of its kind in modern USA history.
Paddock later killed himself before he could be arrested.More news: Iran Does Not Want 'New Tensions' in Mideast, Says Rouhani
They ran for cover and escaped to a street where a limousine driver drove them to a hospital where the woman remembered hallways full of stretchers with people in them.
They had also said the investigation into the shooting is not finished and the information could further traumatise the community.
Weeks later he opened fire on a country music festival from a hotel room high above the Las Vegas strip.
Police in Las Vegas plan to make public witness statements and officer reports about last year's mass shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds in what was the deadliest event of its kind in modern USA history.
Documents released Wednesday include interviews with workers who interacted with the gunman on visits to the Mandalay Bay and other hotels before the October 1 shooting.More news: Today May 16 IQ Enhanced Core Bond US ETF (AGGE) Increases 0.05%