‘Rust’ film capturing press convention: Alec Baldwin’s whereabouts unknown however he is cooperating
Alec Baldwin’s whereabouts are unknown to the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department at the moment. However, he has been in contact and is absolutely cooperating with the investigation, sheriff Adan Mendoza stated in a press convention on Wednesday.
He was not requested to chorus from touring outdoors of the state following the shut down of manufacturing on “Rust” and no fees have been filed in opposition to him nor anybody else concerned within the manufacturing of the film.
“He has been cooperative. I’m not exactly sure of his present whereabouts,” Mendoza stated.
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At a press convention, Mendoza informed reporters “it is too early right now in the investigation to comment on charges” and that his division is working with the FBI to course of proof.
District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies stated that she won’t touch upon potential fees that Baldwin may face. However, she famous that legal fees are on the desk
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“The answer is we cannot answer that question yet until we complete a more thorough investigation,” she stated. Both famous that the actor has been cooperating with authorities. A rep for Baldwin didn’t instantly return Fox News’ request for remark.
Baldwin shot and killed Hutchins on Thursday after he was handed, what he believed to be, a “cold gun” by assistant director Dave Halls. The assistant director had indicated to the actor that the gun was unloaded, in line with a search warrant executed by the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office and obtained by Fox News.
The incident additionally injured director Joel Souza. He was hospitalized on the time however later launched.
An stock report obtained by Fox News on Tuesday revealed that authorities collected three revolvers, a fanny pack with “ammo,” “loose ammo,” 9 “spent casing(s)” and 14 swabs of “suspected blood” from the film set amongst different gadgets whereas executing the warrant.
The Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Fox News that no one concerned within the incident was requested to remain on the town amid the investigation.
Friday morning on Twitter.
“I’m fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred and I am in touch with her husband, offering my support to him and his family. My heart is broken for her husband, their son, and all who knew and loved Halyna,” the actor concluded.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy and Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.
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