The report also said the Federal Bureau of Investigation tracked Chromedome Paddock to Las Vegas where he tried to run over agents with his auto before he was arrested.
Since he was identified as the fiend who carried out the massacre, it has also come to light that he was the son of an Federal Bureau of Investigation wanted criminal - here's the latest on his notorious father Benjamin Hoskins Paddock.
Patrick then landed on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list, with one of the notices (tweeted above) describing him as "psychopathic", having "suicidal tendencies", and "considered armed and very risky".
"He reportedly has suicidal tendencies and should be considered armed and very risky", the poster read, adding that he was an "avid bridge player". Don Bishoff, a columnist for The Register-Guard of Eugene, wrote in 1998 that Paddock pleaded no contest to the charges, but he received no jail time.
As for what motivated the actions of his brother, Eric Paddock said he and his family are "still just completely befuddled".
However he also revealed details about their father, Benjamin Hoskins Paddock.
Authorities are still investigating the possible motivation behind what is now the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history. "No one was privy to who he was previously", said Frederick van Denise II, who lent Paddock $12,000 to open the parlor, told reporters. The elder Paddock's arrest was reported in the October 6, 1960 edition of the Arizona Republic. That description said that Patrick was an "avid bridge player" and that he had a scar above his right eye. He was captured ten years later in Oregon.
He altered his appearance, shaving his head and growing a forked goatee, and changed his name to Bruce Werner Ericksen. I'm not at liberty to give you his place of residence yet, because it's an ongoing investigation, we don't know what his belief system was at this time. He said Benjamin was on the run when they were born and they were raised by his mother, and obituaries don't mention either Stephen or Eric.