by: Matt Naham, Rare.us Updated:
LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock reportedly does not appear to have the brain abnormalities that police expected to find, according to an examination by doctors who have begun his autopsy.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal spoke to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, a familiar face to those who watched the news immediately after the shooting and beyond, and the sheriff said preliminary examination of Paddock’s brain did not yield any abnormalities.
“All those things that you would expect to find, we have not found,” he said.
- Manhunt underway in Ohio for suspect in slayings of 4
- DA provides exclusive details on Pitt murder, additional rape allegation against suspect
- NFL player says he will ‘be done with football' if required to stand for anthem
- VIDEO: Yellowstone supervolcano could erupt much sooner than predicted
“I’m hoping they cut open his brain and find something. There’s a data point missing,” Eric Paddock said after finding out that his brother had murdered 58 people and wounded hundreds more.
That data point is still missing, but the Review-Journal did note two other important things: Authorities don’t yet know the toxicology results, and Dr. Steven Winkler reportedly prescribed Paddock an anti-anxiety drug as recently as June.
© 2017 Cox Media Group.
Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock's brain reveals no clues
Venus Williams' Florida home burglarized, $400,000 in goods stolen…
J. Crew apologizes after photo of black model with messy hair sparks controversy
Heroin dealer convicted of manslaughter after buyer fatally overdoses
Revolving restaurant had no protections to stop boy's death, lawsuit says