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my family. while there he wired me money which he said was for me to buy a house for me and my family. i was grateful but honestly i was worried that first the unexpected trip home and then the money was a way of breaking up with me. it never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against anyone." >> reporter: now meanwhile there is going to be a leave news conference that's going to take place -- live news conference that's going to take place in connection with the investigation. we are monitoring that news reference and we know right now the fbi is still questioning danley in los angeles. 62-year-old marilou danley arrived in los angeles accompanied by the fbi. she flew in last night from the philippines. you can see her pushed in a wheelchair off the plane.
in an interview with an australian news station danley's sister said paddock sent her there two weeks before the shooting. they speculate the last minute trip is so she wouldn't interfere with paddock's plans. >> he sent her away. she was going to the philippines. he said i found you a cheap ticket to the philippines. >> reporter: investigators say danley is a person of interest in the case and hopefully could answer questions about paddock's motive and his stockpile of weapons. she is being represented by a criminal defense lawyer. today fbi agents were visible through the smashed window of paddock's hotel room at the mandalay bay resort. police found his body there along with nearly two dozen weapons and ammo. photos inside and outside his suite show some of the firearms and tripods and scopes. investigators say paddock purchased 33 weapons in the last year including on thursday, the day he checked into the hotel. kpix5 security analyst and former fbi agent jeff harp said
the bureau is working to piece together the actions of paddock in the days and weeks before he opened fire. >> the fbi will continue to have their behavioral analysis unit look into this because what they'll try to do is dissect this person's life and put together missing pieces to see if they can determine why he snapped. a man that age may not have a lot of interaction on social media. once they check that box they'll go and talk to all the friend and relatives and neighbors and everybody else until they get to the bottom of it. >> reporter: now at least 45 patients are at two hospitals here in las vegas still listed in critical condition and three women with bay area ties were killed in that shooting. the 32-year-old michelle voe was a san jose native working in pasadena. stacy etchibear, novato mother of two, wife of a san francisco police officer. denise cohen grew up in san ramon and lived in santa
barbara. michelle voe graduated from independence high school in 2003 and at the concert became friends with an ohio man who was right next to her when she was shot. >> that's something i'll live with probably every day of my life. she literally was right here. several hours later they came. they pulled me into a back room and the director of their emergency services and one of the doctors informed me she hadn't made it. >> she was really truly beautiful inside and out. and she had this bubbly, infectious personality and it's so magnetic anyone who met her is lucky enough to meet her would know that she made it so easy and fun to be around her. >> reporter: michelle's sister kathy met cody when she flew to vegas. she thanked him for staying
with michelle. back out here live just to set the scene for you, i'm in downtown las vegas right along the strip here. people are walking just enjoying the day. it's a nice day, but you can see police in back of me and that's something new. they have extra law enforcement lining the streets here, so that might be a new visual thing here if you come down to las vegas. we also talked to people to get a sense what it's like here today. take a listen. las vegas, a town healing. >> i'm just really numb, you know, still in shock. telling people vegas is still here. >> we love people. >> reporter: this father and daughter brought their therapy dog to comfort victims' families. >> you're making friends. >> we net a couple that had lost their -- met a couple that had lost their son. they missed their dog and wanted to pet our dog and talked about their son and how much they loved dogs.
>> it's really disturbing. it's way different than you see on tv, so it's tough because this really did hurt these people. my dogs help me, too. >> reporter: now that the las vegas boulevard has reopened i want to give you a closer look at the scene and specifically mandalay bay. we pan up to the 32nd floor. you can see where the shots were fired. this has now become an eerie tourist site. you can see the broken glass and where it's boarded up and directly across the street is where the route 91 festival took place. it is now a crime scene and will be closed off indefinitely during the investigation. these las vegas residents left flowers by the iconic las vegas welcome sign and if there is any sign that town that never sleeps is starting to reawaken, look no further. >> be here to brighten their spirits and give them that sense of vegas. >> we do it together. it's not just me for them. it's them for me as well.
it's all of us. >> rorter: you know, seeing that elvis impersonator was kind of that slice of vegas we all know and love and you come here to see. so that's why i wanted to include that in that story, liz. so things are slowly getting back. you look at that welcome sign and just directly behind it is mandalay bay. so it's always that reminder of what happened and it's so fresh in so many people's minds. >> i can imagine now hearing the stories of the victims. it's just heart breaking. it's curious. there's a lot of activities to do in las vegas, gambling, the pools, restaurants and shopping. are you seeing people gambling, in the hotels enjoying themselves or is it still kind of that eerie vibe with the activities as well? live in las vegas.. thanks. >> reporter: you probably can see a lot of people walking along the strip behind me. when we first flew in on monday, people were visibly drawn and you could tell they were shellshocked at the airport. that was the group leaving.
now you have groups coming in and going, staying a couple days and leaving. we have kind of a fresh, new group coming in. everyone knows what happened, but at the same time they're here to celebrate, get married, celebrate an anniversary. they're trying to still carry on, but the visual signs of the police are here. restaurants have been closing early and concerts canceled, but slowly and surely it's getting back. >> reporter: juliette goodrich live in las vegas. president trump traveled to vegas today to offer support to victims and first responders. he and the first lady went to the state's only level one trauma center. the president met some of the people injured in sunday's mass shooting. later he heard from first responders who rushed to their aid, president trump saying the nation stands with the people of las vegas. [ applause ] >> words cannot describe the bravery that the whole world
witnessed on sunday night. americans defied death and hatred with love and with courage. >> now the president also declared america is now a nation in mourning and notably left out any mention of the shooter. democrats in washington are pushing for stricter gun control in the wake of the biggest shooting, but republicans say we should focus on the investigation first. on the front steps of the capitol building nancy pelosi and gabby giffords called on their republican colleagues to pass new gun control laws. they say we can't afford to wait any longer. >> he was a thief. he stole these lives, these joys, these futures and whether our members here say nothing, a moment of silence, but we're prayerful, we're respectful, but this is no substitute for action. >> it's particularly inappropriate to politicize an
event like this, entirely premature to be discussing about legislative solutions, if any. >> senator dianne feinstein said today the massacre hit very close to home. her daughter had been planning to attend that music festival but changed her plans. against the backdrop of las vegas a scare today at an east bay community college, kpix5's emily turner on what happened when a student brought a nerf gun onto campus. >> reporter: it was a scary morning that ultimately turned out to be a false alarm here at last come atlas poe is i tsa campus -- at las positas campus. there were no bad intentions police say. a faculty member called in this backpack and livermore police and administration weren't taking any chances. >> perhaps another day our
employee would have said oh, i'm sure that's a toy. fortunately today there is a heightened recognition and a heightened awareness that at any day any time anywhere we could be in danger. >> reporter: you don't have to look further than campus itself where a half staff sign of the times is a somber reminder that even the slightest hint of harm must be taken seriously. >> this day in age everybody has to kind of think about what they're doing. clearly there was no intent to cause all this to happen. somebody made a poor decision. >> reporter: that student's bad decision is not a crime. he was released on campus today here and police say it's now up to the school to deal with him. in livermore, emily turner, kpix5. concertgoers in las vegas had no time to think when the gunman began shooting, but bay area police say there are three things to remember in a similar situation. kpix5's kiet do explains. >> reporter: with the help of sky drone 5 this is what you would look like to a gunman
from 1,000 feet away 300 feet off the ground, the same vantage point as the las vegas gunman. it's still easy to spot people out in the open. the police corporal scott purvis felt it was a good time to review run, hide, defense. first off when taking cover, look for heavy, dense objects. concrete and metal are good for stopping bullets. if there's a car, cover your head and get as much of your body as possible behind the engine, doors and wheel. >> after the shooting stops, create some distance between you and the shooter. she can get up and run this way. >> reporter: when you run, decide ahead of time where you're going. if there's no cover, keep running. >> always have a plan and know exactly where you're going. >> reporter: if you're trapped inside a building, the next option is to hide. use heavy furniture to barricade the doors and don't forget the windows.
finally be prepared to fight. a go to improvised weapon is a fire extinguisher. you can use it to beat the attacker with afterward. it's a natural human reaction to freeze and curl into a ball when shoots go off like this woman did in the surveillance video. the idea of run, hide, defend is to get out of a victim mentality and think more like a survivor or even a warrior. >> pretend that we shouldn't do something? >> i think it's irresponsible. i think everybody owes it to themselves to at least learn how to defend yourself in this type of situation. more friction in the trump administration. >> coming up the report that claims the secretary of state called the president a moron. >> plus a problem we know all too well goes from bad to worse, how police plan to tackle an uptick in car break- ins -ins -- around san
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moron. . >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by living spaces. appearance today... the secr si> president trump is smisordi rept ng thatshim a mor in an impromptu public appearance today the secretary of state insisted he and the president are on the same page foreign policy and listen to what each had to say about a report that tillerson called out his boss. >> it was a totally phoney story, total confidence in rex. i have total confidence. >> i'm not going to deal with petty stuff like that. this is what i don't understand about washington. again i'm not from this place, but the places i come from, we don't deal with that kind of petty nonsense. >> tillerson also disputed reports that he was on the verge of resigning this summer
amid policy disputes with the white house. car burglaries in san francisco are way, way up and the problem seems to be going from bad to worse. police tell us around 85 car break-ins are reported in san francisco each day. kpix5's susie steimle is live with now people plan to deal with this. >> reporter: well, ken, police chief bill scott today said this is something that has been on his mind since he took the job in january, but he also reminded supervisors that he only has had the job since january. he said he doesn't need any new laws passed to fix this problem. he just needs some time and he said in time you will see results. >> but there's so many break- ins into autos bernal heights, there's not anywhere without broken glass on the sidewalk.
>> my boyfriend's car got broken into about a week ago. >> i do see a lot of glass broken on the pavement when i go to work every day. >> if you own a car and drive, you regularly expect to pay to fix your windows. >> reporter: supervisors hillary ronan and norman yee and police chief scott committed today to staffing to have a team focused on car break-ins, property crime and bike theft. originally the supervisors planned to mandate this move with legislation, but chief scott committed to take on the problem saying a law does not need to pass for police to fix this problem. >> we're going to get judged by our results. we can have a pretty strategy, plant, but at the end of the day a year from now -- plan, what not, but at the end of the day, a year from now we'll want to see how it's working. >> reporter: there will be 200 more police officers added to the force the end of the year.
car break-ins are up 19%, so for 19,975 in 2017. the police chief wants to do this on his own. the council said they'll give him that. supervisor norman yee did propose legislation to give more police officers to each neighborhood two years ago vetoed by the mayor. so supervisor yee and hillary ronan said they'll give police some time and if they don't see drastic results soon, they will reintroduce the legislation that was tabled today. live in san francisco, susie steimle, kpix5. other bay area headlines, a 22-year-old woman from discovery bay was killed in this crash on highway 4 in pittsburg. chopper 5 flew over the scene around 8 a.m. today. earlier a crash slowed down traffic causing an suv to rear end the woman's nissan sentra.
she died at the scene. four other people were hurt. one carp landed on its side. this black -- car landed on its side. this blackened patch of grass is on 580 after a big rig fire and spill on the morning commute. the truck was hauling card board. no one was hurt. two people were juniored in a pair of shootings yesterday afternoon on -- injured in a pair of shootings yesterday afternoon on international boulevard. one of the suspects has been taken into custody. 26-year-old john sanyaolu was at the end up club on sixth street a year ago. as they left, a fight broke out and shots were fired. his family is asking for anyone to come forward who may have information. >> my only hope now is the closure to bring perpetration to justice for this evil act that they have done to me and
my family. >> he was the family clown always smiling and goofing around. john also had a big heart. whenever you needed him, he was the person you could reach out to. >> police want to hear from several witnesses close by at the time of the shooting. police used to haul off the intoxicated to what was called the drunk tank, but in the south bay they are showing off a brand-new sobriety center. santa clara county unveiled the operation on mission street today. it's a trailer with a few rooms, showers, a bathroom and snacks. there's even comfortable recliners. ays a year. >> many of the people who are arrests for public intoxication are serial inebriants and jail doesn't help them. it doesn't help solve the problem, so i'm thinking this will be a great thing to work on individual cases. >> the new station will be open 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
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atop the sutro camera from the golden gate bridge. it's a way to measure the inversion level. the golden gate bridge is 228 feet a bit above the road bed. if the towers are buried, you know it's 246 feet deep. for now it's a very shallow marine layer, so the effect of the low clouds is not affecting much except your trip across the golden gate bridge. oakland is 74, san francisco 65 degrees. overnight lows tonight chilly in santa rosa, 40 degrees, 49 in fremont and tonight in san jose down to 50 degrees. sun-up tomorrow morning at 70 9 a.m. in the first week of october. as per usual, high pressure is going to nudge into the pacific northwest. it will give us a little offshore push and that low pressure will be a thing of the past by the weekend when the high builds in. numbers come into the 90s by saturday and sunday, but for now clear night, patchy fog, warming up a little bit tomorrow. temperatures peak on saturday, but it will get warm.
tomorrow a couple degrees above average, in san francisco 72 degrees, concord 83, san jose the same, oklahoma at 75 tomorrow, all those numbers a little bit above average. yesterday we were a little below. we'll do this turn-around tomorrow, 82 degrees at redwood city, morgan hill mid-80s, in the east bay mid-80s for fairfield and brentwood. livermore tomorrow 84 degrees. a lot of sun except at the shoreline, 81 at petaluma, in kentfield 82 tomorrow, in oakland 75 and up in lake county, ukiah has 82 degrees, cloverdale 84 and lake port at 81 degrees and in the extended forecast we'll be looking for things to begin to warm, mid- 80s for thursday. friday we'll be in the low to mid-90s range by saturday, sunday 90 degrees and monday it gets breezy and we begin to cool it down. so the fog has returned and so will we after a break.
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>> can i say briefly i know ukiah is in mendocino county, but lake port was on the screen and i was confused. >> we knew what you meant. >> mason: old the key? the f.b.i. interviews the inrlfriend of the las vegas shooter in the search for a motive for the massacre. also tonight, the president comforts the wounded and praises first responders. ay go that way! >> a grateful nation thanks you. >> mason: the secretary of state or reports he called the meesident a "moron." >> the places i come from, we don't deal with that kind of htty nonsense. >> mason: and modest heroes. >> tears of joy, of pride, of tears of sadness. our team and our community, and tears of sadness. this is the "cbs evening news," reporting tonight from las vegas.