LAS VEGAS (AP) — Search warrant records unsealed Tuesday show that in the first hours after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, Las Vegas police and FBI agents identified two people of interest along with the lone gunman, Stephen Paddock. The name of one of those people is blacked out in the court records released to The Associated Press. The Las Vegas Review-Journal, citing police documents, identified that person as Douglas Haig. He… Read at AP News
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