Las Vegas Gunman Was Taking Anxiety Medication
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A final report released by Las Vegas police into the mass shooting in Las Vegas last year shows the gunman's primary care physician told FBI agents his patient may have had "bipolar disorder."
The report made public Friday does not name the Las Vegas physician who also told investigators that Stephen Paddock did not want to talk about the possible disorder further with him.
The physician described Paddock's behavior as "odd" and showing "little emotion."
The doctor told federal agents Paddock refused anti-depressants, but accepted prescriptions for anxiety medication.
He said Paddock "seemed fearful of medications" and often refused to take them.
The doctor last saw Paddock a year before the shooting for an annual checkup.