SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The investigation into the deadly shooting on the Rust film set is now in the hands of the district attorney. A spokesperson says the office has received the investigating report from the Santa Fe County Sheriff. It comes more than a year after actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun loaded with a live round that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza.
- FBI report shows revolver’s trigger was pulled in fatal ‘Rust’ shooting
- Rust shooting investigation files released by Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office
- Alec Baldwin’s attorney responds to New Mexico’s citation
- New Mexico fines ‘Rust’ production nearly $137K over Baldwin shooting
- Alec Baldwin shares message defending ‘Rust’ conditions
- Warrant reveals gun not thoroughly checked before movie set shooting; sheriff not ruling out charges
- Crew member who gave Baldwin gun subject of prior complaint
- Halyna Hutchins: What we know about the cinematographer killed by prop gun
- Sheriff: Alec Baldwin discharged prop gun on movie set that killed 1, injured another
The DA’s office says their prosecutors and investigators will review the report before deciding how to proceed. The sheriff’s office says elements of the report need to be redacted before it is released to the public.