“Rust” Shooting Investigation: Officials Releasing More Information
The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office has released everything they’ve collected during their six-month investigation into the “Rust” movie shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
According to Santa Fe County Sheriff Adam Mendoza, “Files related to the Rust shooting investigation included lapel and dash camera footage from deputies and detectives, incident reports, crime scene photos, examination reports, witness interviews, set video, and staff photos.”
Mendoza went on to say that various components of the investigation remain outstanding, including FBI firearm and ballistic forensics along with DNA and latent fingerprint analysis, Office of the New Mexico Medical Examiner findings report, and the analysis of Alec Baldwin’s phone data extracted by Suffolk County Sheriff’s investigators. Once everything is collected, the investigation will be complete and the finding will be sent to the Santa Fe district attorney for review.
It wasn’t long ago that we reported Alec Baldwin began negotiating for the release of phone records.
All findings from the phone was included in the district attorney review.