Authorities Just Need To Review Alec Baldwin’s Phone Records Before Wrapping Up Their Investigation And Handing It Over To The DA

August 12, 2022 / Posted by:

Alec Baldwin may have forgotten he shot and killed someone ten months ago, but the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s department has not. As they attempt to wrap up their investigation into the on-set shooting death of Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, Alec, who was holding the gun when he/it fired a bullet that killed Halyna and injured the film’s director Joel Souza, is still on top of their most wanted list. The only most wanted list Alec is likely to find himself on outside of wife Hilaria Baldwin’s list of dream baby daddies which alarmingly is just Alec’s name a bunch of times into infinity. Deadline reports that “the police investigation into what happened remains ongoing but is a bit closer to completion,” and one of the last pieces of evidence needed before handing the case off to the Santa Fe District Attorney for possible charges, is Alec’s phone records which he very reluctantly handed over to the Suffix County, New York police in January.

A search warrant was obtained for Alec’s phone in mid-December which TMZ reported specifically cited emails between Alec and Rust’s flop-armorer Hannah Reed-Gutierrez in which he reportedly told authorities he asked her for a bigger gun which resulted in him using the antique Colt that killed Halyna. Alec vehemently denied that any such exchange took place but did not hand his phone over to authorities in New York for an entire month. It probably took him that long to delete his most wanted list of dream baby mamas which understandably is just Salma Hayek’s name a bunch of times into infinity. According to Deadline, New Mexico is now working with New York “to get, process and disclose,” his phone records.

Nearly 10 months after Alec Baldwin killed Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the New Mexico set of the low-budget Western, the police investigation into what happened remains ongoing but is a bit closer to completion.

Santa Fe County Sheriff’s investigators say that they received the FBI’s completed forensic reports August 2, which were then sent to New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator for review. “The OMI had advised the Sheriff’s Office that they required these forensic reports to finalize their investigation,” reads a release from the Sheriff’s Office, which received the reports Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Santa Fe County Sheriffs are still working with the Suffolk County Police Department and First Judicial District Attorney’s Office to get, process and disclose the Oscar-nominated Baldwin’s phone records. Once the office reviews the OMI files and Baldwin’s phone records, they’ll send the final Rust case file to the Santa Fe District Attorney’s office for final charging decisions.

“The District Attorney’s office has been working with Suffolk County PD and Baldwin’s lawyer to acquire the phone records. Once Suffolk County PD completes its agency assist and sends those records to New Mexico law enforcement, our detectives will need to then thoroughly review those phone records for evidentiary purposes,” Santa Fe County Sheriff Adan Mendoza said.

The Santa Fe District Attorney’s Office didn’t respond for a request for comment on the state of the probe.

It’s hard to believe it’s been almost a year since Halyna was killed, and in that time Alec has sworn his innocence while standing in the middle of the road, suggested that film sets involving firearms should be monitored by the police, been named in several lawsuits, had his brother claim he is a victim of political scapegoating, proclaimed his innocence on ABC News, claimed to be suffering from PTSD via his wife’s Instagram, claimed he was going through a tough time, got sued some more, claimed he was only being sued because he’s rich, become a dad for the 8th time, implied Halyna was to blame for her own death, lightly trolled Halyna’s widow, claimed that the OSHA investigation into the shooting exonerated him of any wrongdoing, complained of “psychological torture” at the hands of “his enemies” via his wife’s Instagram and interviewed Woody Allen for a podcast. And all that time not a peep from Halyna. Very, very unfunny how that works.


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