The Latest: Video: Vegas police find camera in room peephole - KWWL - Eastern Iowa Breaking News, Weather, Closings

The Latest: Video: Vegas police find camera in room peephole

Posted: Updated:

 LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The Latest on the release of videos from cameras worn by Las Vegas police who responded to the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history (all times local):
   5:35 p.m.
   Officer body-camera video from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history shows Las Vegas police finding cameras set up on the peepholes of the gunman's hotel suite.
   Footage made public Wednesday from two officers' body-worn cameras shows an officer gesturing to an open laptop in the room. The officer remarks that the gunman placed a camera in the hallway, which he was watching on his computer.
   Police say Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds more last October before killing himself as authorities closed in. The clips don't provide a motive for the rampage.
   In other clips, officers talk about the volume of weapons in the room at a Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel. They also discuss finding some sort of gas mask and that gunman may have expected gas in the room.
   ------
   5:15 p.m.
   Newly released police body-camera footage from inside a Las Vegas Strip hotel suite shows the body of the man who authorities say unleashed the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
   Footage made public Wednesday from two officers' body-worn cameras shows Stephen Paddock's body on his back, clad in dark pants and a long-sleeve shirt with a glove on his left hand.
   An apparent pool of blood stains the carpet near his head as a police SWAT officer walks past.
   Assault-style rifles are seen in the room, but the view doesn't include a handgun that police say Paddock used to kill himself before officers arrived.
   Police say Paddock opened fire from the hotel room into a concert crowd on Oct. 1, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds.
   ------
   5:05 p.m.
   Officer body-camera video from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history shows Las Vegas police walking into a casino that's still packed and telling people to get inside and lock the doors.
   Authorities released footage Wednesday from two officers' body-worn cameras as they responded to gunfire that rained down on a concert crowd from a Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel last fall.
   A video shows an officer passing people still playing slot machines and telling an employee that "there's a shooter. He's shot and killed multiple people already."
   In another clip, officers are ordering people to leave the casino and telling an employee, "We need to evacuate the whole casino. Get everyone out of here."
   ------
   4:30 p.m.
   Officer body-camera video from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history shows Las Vegas police at the door of the gunman's suite, and one saying "Breach! Breach! Breach!" before a loud bang and a fire alarm begins to sound.
   Authorities released footage Wednesday from two officers' body-worn cameras as they responded to gunfire raining down on a concert crowd from a Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel last fall.
   Officers can be heard shouting to each other to say they have checked parts of the room.
   A clip shows officers inside a room reading an address off Paddock's driver's license.
   Another shows officers in a stairwell walking down a hallway behind armored shields and encountering a security guard holding a handgun.
   ------
   4:25 p.m.
   Police body-camera video from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history shows Las Vegas officers busting into the gunman's hotel room and removing a rifle near a broken window.
   Authorities released footage Wednesday from two officers' body-worn cameras as they respond to gunfire raining down on a concert crowd from a Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel last fall.
   Video shows officers walk around Stephen Paddock's room, where other weapons are scattered.
   Police say he killed 58 people and injured hundreds more before killing himself as authorities closed in.
   Officers talking to each other question if there were any indications of two shooters.
   ------
   1:55 p.m.
   A home that the Las Vegas shooter owned in Reno when he carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history sits vacant in an upscale neighborhood.
   Damage is still visible to the patched-up front door where authorities got in to search the house for potential explosives, weapons and other evidence the day after the Oct. 1 massacre.
   Washoe County records still list Paddock as the owner.
   He bought the two-bedroom home for $228,500 in 2013 and lived there at one time with his girlfriend.
   About a week after the FBI searched the home, police responded to a report that an intruder tried to enter the house through the damaged front door.
   ------
   1:30 p.m.
   Las Vegas police have released some officer body-camera video from the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
   Videos made public Wednesday are expected to show what two officers found entering a 32nd-floor hotel room where Stephen Paddock unleashed gunfire on a concert last October.
   Police say he killed 58 people and injured hundreds more before killing himself as authorities closed in.
   The footage represents a sample of hundreds of hours of body-camera recordings that police say don't answer why Paddock opened fire.
   The Associated Press and other media outlets sued to obtain videos, 911 recordings, evidence logs and interview reports.
   Authorities say more will be released in coming weeks.
   --------
   12:20 p.m.
   The first police officer to burst through the door of a Las Vegas hotel suite where a gunman unleashed a hail of bullets on a concert last year didn't activate his body camera.
   The disclosure made by police lawyers late Tuesday raises questions about whether officers followed department policy during the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
   Police are expected to release body camera videos Wednesday from two other officers who helped clear Stephen Paddock's room.áA lawsuit by The Associated Press and other media prompted the videos' release.
   Paddock opened fire from a 32nd-floor hotel suite on Oct. 1, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds of others.á
   The police department's policy requires officers to activate body cameras during calls that result in interaction with citizens and searches.

Powered by Frankly