Woman who lived with Las Vegas shooter described as 'person of interest'
Scripps National Desk
4:51 PM, Oct 3, 2017
5:04 PM, Oct 3, 2017
Marilou Danley, a woman who was wired $100,000 by Stephen Paddock before he fired on a country music concert in Las Vegas, remains a person of interest in the investigation into the shooting, the Las Vegas Police Department said Tuesday.
Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told reporters that Danley is likely in the Philippines and remains a person of interest in the case.
Danley lived with Paddock at a home in Mesquite, Nevada. Authorities had initially said she likely wasn't involved in the shooting.
NBC News reported Monday that Paddock had wired Danley $100,000. It's currently not know why Paddock wired the money.
Police confirmed that three search warrants have been executed since the investigation began: One at a Las Vegas home, one at the Mandalay Bay hotel and one at the Mesquite Texas home.
During the press conference, Lombardo also reported that all but three victims in the shooting had been identified.
Anyone who feels they might be able to assist in the investigation or who left , call 311 in the Las Vegas area or call 702-828-3211 if out of state.