LAS VEGAS — The Latest on the shooting in Las Vegas (all times local):
Las Vegas police warn that identifying bodies from the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history will be a “long, laborious process.”
Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo also said Monday that investigators are continuing their collection of evidence and working to reunite people with relatives who were at the shooting site.
Police say Stephen Craig Paddock was on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay casino-hotel tower Sunday night when he opened fire at concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest festival. At least 58 people were killed and more than 500 were wounded.
Authorities have set up hotlines and centers to help people track down relatives.
Lombardo says he expects a convention center to be used for that because authorities need a large space.
A brother of the suspect in the worst U.S. mass shooting in the modern history says Stephen Craig Paddock was “not a normal guy” and frequently played high stakes video poker.
Eric Paddock in an interview in Orlando, Florida, says his 64-year-old brother once “texted me a picture that he won $40,000 on a slot machine.”
He says his brother was “not a normal guy” and “played high stakes video poker.”
Eric Paddock says last had contact with him via text messages in September.
He says his brother being named by authorities as the shooting suspect was “like if an asteroid fell out of the sky.”
Authorities say Paddock opened fire on a crowd of concert-goers at an outdoor country-music show in Las Vegas on Sunday night, leaving 58 people dead and more than 500 wounded.
LOS ANGELES— Authorities say law enforcement members from across California are among those wounded in a mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas.
The Los Angeles Police Department says Monday that an off-duty officer who was shot in the leg is expected to recover.
LA County Sheriff’s officials say two off-duty department employees were hit by gunfire Sunday. One was critically injured and the other is stable.
Orange County authorities say one off-duty sheriff’s deputy and two wives of department employees sustained non-life-threatening wounds.
Bakersfield police say one of its off-duty officers wounded in the gunfire is expected to survive.
Police in Ontario say a 24-year-old officer who was wounded is stable. The officer’s wife had minor injuries.
Sunday’s shooting killed 58 people and injured more than 500 others.