Las Vegas shooting: Timeline change raises questions about hotel security, police response

Las Vegas police on Tuesday attacked changes in the timeline of the deadliest filming in modern United States history, even as a torrent of questions surfaced following a sheriff’s proclamation a security guard was struck by a bullet six times before the gunman fired on a jam-packed concert crowd.

Jesus Campos, a ward at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, was shot by Stephen Paddock at 9:59 p.m. local go, six hours before Paddock opened fire on a country music celebration below, killing 58 and injuring hundreds more, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said in a news conference Monday evening.

Lombardo previously said Campos was disabled after the attack started, and, according to a police timeline, the first officers arrived on Paddock’s floor at 10:17 p.m.

“We can’t threw band-aids on everything, ” Officer Larry Hadfield, a spokeswoman for government departments, told Fox News on Tuesday when asked to comment on the change in the timeline. He said the information police liberate is what they know at the time and everything is subject to change as the investigation develops.