FBI, police locate more guns, 'plethora' of ammunition in Vegas shooter's Reno home
In a press conference on Tuesday Oct. 3, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo revealed the items found during a raid of 64-year-old Stephen Paddock's Reno home.
Lombardo said that police and other authorities located five additional handguns, two shotguns, and what they described as a 'plethora' of ammunition from Paddock's northwest Reno home. Police also recovered several electronics that will be evaluated. LVMPD announced late Monday night that 23 guns were seized out of Paddock's hotel room at the Mandalay Bay Resort and 17 more were found in his home in Mesquite, Nevada.
The property, located at 1735 Del Webb Parkway in the Somersett neighborhood, was searched by members of the FBI and Reno police throughout the day on Monday, Oct. 2.
Authorities, including several SWAT members and federal agents, could be seen entering the home around 5:10 p.m. Monday, though several vehicles appeared to be leaving the scene just a few minutes later.
Lombardo included the Northern Nevada property as one of multiple scenes were being investigated as of Tuesday afternoon. Search warrants were issued for Paddock's vehicle that was located in the Mandalay Bay Resort parking lot as well as both his homes in southern and northern Nevada.
Thomas Robinson, deputy chief of the Reno Police Department, said in an email that the department had been asked to provide "assistance in certain aspects of the Las Vegas shooting investigation.
Sheriff Lombardo also announced that Paddock's live-in girlfriend Marilou Danley is a person of interest, but is currently in the Philippines.