‘Rust’ investigators just need to get over Alec Baldwin’s phone records


Investigation into the death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins on the set of New Mexico alec baldwin-produced film”War“Allegedly almost finished.

Investigators at the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office now hope to find phone records from Baldwin — whose prop gun fired a live round that killed Hutchins in October 2021 — after receiving FBI forensic report on Wednesday notified deadline,

The sheriff’s office said the forensic report is headed to the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator for further review.

Once the review is complete, the sheriff’s office will send its file to the Santa Fe District Attorney’s Office for a “final charge decision,” Deadline reported.

Officers from the Suffolk County Police Department, New York who obtained Baldwin’s phone records after the actor They replaced them months ago, and Baldwin’s attorney is reportedly helping Santa Fe officials access the records. The sheriff’s office said phone records are “upcoming.”

Baldwin claimed that he never pulled the trigger of the gun and was informed that there were no live rounds inside the firearm. Even if it happens, the actors and others on the set of “Rust” Violated basic firearms safety rules,


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