The Internet’s abuzz with a document dump from the police investigating the Sandy Hook spree killing, unsealed by a Danbury, Connecticut judge. Amongst the revelations: investigators found an empty box for “Battle Tested” vest accessories and 1600 rounds of various caliber ammo inside Lanza’s two-story home. Click here to read the press release from the Danbury State Attorney’s office (thanks Pascal). Make the jump for a run-down and an inventory of some of the other items uncovered in the course of the investigation [via Yahoo] and links to the warrants [via CBS New York]. . .
Warrants [via VBS New York]
Inventory [via Yahoo]
Item #71 – Reciepts and emails documenting firearm/ammunition and shooting supplies.
Item #77 – Blue folder labeled “Guns” containing reciepts, paperwork and other firearm related paperwork.
Item #81 – Paperwork titled, “Conncticut Gun Exchange, Glock 20SF 10mm FS 15 round FC,” dated 12/21/11
Item #83 – Email re: Gunbroker.com dated 10-12-11.
Item #85 – Printed photographs, misc. handwritten papers, and Sandy Hook report card for Adam Lanza
Item #86 – “Look me in the eye – My life with Asbergers” book, “Born on a blue day – inside the mind of an Autistic Savant” book, “NRA guide to the basics of pistol shooting” book.
Exhibit # 605 – One (1) receipt for Timstar Shooting Range located in Weatherford, Ok and one (1) NRA certificate for Nancy Lanza.
Exhibit #606 – One (1) Paperback book titled Train Your Brain To Get Happy, with pages tabbed off.
Exhibit #608 – Three (3) photographs with images of what appears to be a deceased human covered in plastic and what appears to be blood.
Exhibit #609 – Seven (7) journals and miscellaneous drawings authored by Adam Lanza.
Exhibit #612 – One (1) holiday card containing a Bank of America check #462 made out to Adam Lanza for the purchase of a C183 (Firearm), authored by Nancy Lanza.
Exhibit #630 – One (1) New York Times article on 02/18/08 of a school shooting at Northern Illinois University.
According to the search warrant (also released today), police arriving at Sandy Hook Elementary School discovered Lanza “dressed in military style clothing, wearing a bullet proof vest lying deceased on the floor in the middle classroom. The … deceased male was in possession of several handguns [actually two: A SIG SAUER P226 and a GLOCK 10mm] as well as a military style assault weapon.”
The search warrant also says that police found Nancy Lanza “lying in supine position on a bed in the 2nd floor master bedroom” with an apparent gunshot wound to the head. Investigators located “a rifle on the floor near the bed.” As far as I can tell, the rifle type has not been revealed.
According to a warrant, on December 14, FBI agents interviewed an unidentified resident who described Lanza as a “shut in” and “avid gamer who plays Call of Duty” and rarely leaves the house. Now there’s a surprise.