2nd 'Person of Interest' Named in Vegas Shooting Investigation
2nd 'Person of Interest' Named in Vegas Shooting Investigation
2nd Person of Interest Was Identified in Days After Las Vegas Shooting, Documents Show
01 February, 2018, 01:12
The official spoke anonymously because they weren't authorized to disclose case information.
A Douglas Haig in Mesa, Ariz., who is an engineer at Honeywell Aerospace, also operated a company called Specialized Military Ammunition, a limited liability corporation his wife opened in 2012. However, the website has now been closed for an indefinite period.
The Arizona ammunition maker embroiled in the Las Vegas massacre claims he sold the gunman hundreds of bullets without a clue he planned to fire into a crowd, killing 58 people.
In October, Haig told Newsweek that when federal agents first contacted him, "I was jumping out of my skin at first".
Haig told Newsweek he hadn't sold ammunition reloading components "for a long time" and said he had asked the company hosting the Specialized Military Ammunition website to take it down. Police say Paddock was the gunman and killed himself as officers converged on him. Haig, whose name had not been previously released, could not be reached for immediate comment Tuesday.
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It's unclear whether Haig is still a person of interest, but he was the only one mentioned by name in the search warrant, other than Marilou Danley - Paddock's girlfriend. His attorney says he continues to cooperate with investigators. Haig is speaking exclusively to CBS News as we've just learned he was initially considered a person of interest in the case.
An FBI spokeswoman said she could not immediately comment Tuesday.
Belongings are scattered and left behind at the site of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, October 3, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The name of one of those people is blacked out in court records released Tuesday.
Paddock's girlfriend, Australian citizen Marilou Danley, was also named as a person of interest in the court documents, but authorities say they are not planning to lay any charges against her. The authorities have said that Stephen Paddock was the sole gunman responsible for the attack, but that there was one additional person of interest still under investigation whom they declined to identify.
Court officials are redacting the warrant records in preparation for release later Tuesday.
Judge Elissa Cadish issued a written order to "release documents showing what investigators told judges to obtain search warrants".
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