Room service receipts from the Las Vegas shooter’s stay at the Mandalay Bay reveal his insatiable appetite – and raise questions about the official timeline of the massacre. By Ashley Collman For Dailymail. Mandalay Bay resort and casino reveal his insatiable appetite – and raise questions about the coffee meets bagel rules timeline of the massacre.
Tuesday night, claiming that he served Paddock in his suite on the 32nd floor of the hotel. The receipt shows that on September 27, Paddock ordered a large meal to his room including a burger, a bagel, potato soup, a bottle of water and two Pepsis. Four days later, Paddock used the same room to open fire on a music festival taking place across the street – killing 58 and injuring 527. The receipt says that the meal was for two people, but it’s unclear if there actually was another person in the room. Police previously said that Paddock used his girlfriend’s ID when he checked in, so that could account for the count of people staying in the room.
The receipt also disputes the official timeline of the massacre. Police have said that Paddock checked into the hotel on September 28, but the receipt seems to prove that he was there at least one day earlier. Paddock was actually checked in as early as September 25. The person who posted the receipts has since deleted the pictures, but his profile still says he works at the casino. Loomer took a screenshot of the receipts before they were deleted.
Meanwhile, Mesquite, Nevada neighbors are speaking out to detail more about Paddock’s private life before he carried out the deadliest shooting in U. Some say they never set eyes on the man accused of spraying an outdoor concert with bursts of gunfire from high above in a Las Vegas hotel window on Sunday, killing 58 and wounding more than 500, before shooting himself. Tracing Paddock’s footsteps in Mesquite, the Nevada desert retirement community about 90 miles northeast of Las Vegas, provides scant clues about why, according to authorities, he carried out the worst mass shooting in recent U. Hardly anyone noticed the man. I literally never saw him,’ said a neighbor who lives two doors down from Paddock’s home and who declined to be named. The house was so quiet, we thought they were snowbirds,’ he added, referring to retirees who spent the winter months in warm-weather places like Mesquite. Garbage cans were put out on the street before anyone else was even awake, leaving no opportunity for casual chats with neighbors living just feet away.