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Published on March 28th, 2013 | by Kennedy Ray

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Sandy Hook Evidence:Lanza Search Warrants (PDF)

The Lanza Search Warrants that Law Enforcement used to conduct a search of the home and car of  Nancy Lanza, and the alleged Killer Adam Lanza  were released Thursday morning, including information regarding the current Sandy Hook Investigation. You can read the Lanza Search Warrants below in PDF form.

WNYC

Items seized in the Lanza house were boxes of bullets for a Blaser, Winchester, Ruger and Lawmen rifles; a Savage Mark II .22 caliber rifle with a magazine; an Enfield Albian bolt action .323 caliber rifle; and nine knives, including three samurai swords. Other items include various book on autism, a photo of a deceased person wrapped in plastic and a National Rifle Association certificate for Adam Lanza.

Online Statement from the NRA:

“There is no record of a member relationship between Newtown killer Adam Lanza, nor between Nancy Lanza, A. Lanza or N. Lanza with the National Rifle Association. Reporting to the contrary is reckless, false and defamatory.

-NRA-“

The FBI interviewed one person, whose name was redacted, who said that Lanza rarely left home, played the video game Call of Duty and had at least four guns in a gun safe. The person said Sandy Hook was Lanza’s “life.”

Seized Weapons:

3 Samurai Swords: 28 inch, 21 inch, 13 inch blades

9 knives

1 six-foot, 10 inch wood handled pole with a blade on one end and a spear on the other

Savage Mark II .22 caliber rifles

Several boxes with thousands of rounds of ammunition for Ruger, Winchester, Blazer, Lawmen firearms

Books:

“NRA Guide to the Basics of Pistol Shooting”

“Train Your Brain to Get Happy”

“Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asbergers”

“Born on a Blue Day: Inside the Mind of an Autistic Savant”

Seized Documents:

Email from gunbroker.com

New York Times clipping dated 2/18/2008 regard school shooting in Northern Illinois University

Birthday card from Nancy Lanza with Bank of America check made out for purchase of C183 firearm

A handwritten “To-do list” for Nancy Lanza dated Dec. 14-Dec.20

Receipts and emails documenting firearm/ ammunition shooting supplies

NRA certificate

Other seized items:

Various journals and drawings by Adam Lanza

Smashed computer

Various hard drives and cell phones

Three photographs with images of what investigators say appear to be dead bodies covered with plastic and blood

Family photos

X-Box with Call of Duty

 

Lanza Search Warrants (PDF)

Lanza Search Warrant (1) -Residence Lanza, 36 Yogananda Street

Lanza Search Warrant (2)– Residence Lanza, 36 Yogananda Street

Lanza Search Warrant (3)– Black Honda Civic 2010 License plate 872-YEO

Lanza Search Warrant (4)– Residence Lanza, 36 Yogananda Street

Lanza Search Warrant (5)– Residence Lanza, 36 Yogananda Street

 

Seized Item List Lanza Search Warrants

Lanza Search Warrant (1)

Affiant Detectives:

Detective James McGlynn, #1268: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

Detective Scott Wisner, #507: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

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Item #91: One digital print of a child and various firearms

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Lanza Search Warrant (2)

Affiant Detectives:

Detective James McGlynn, #1268: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

Detective Scott Wisner, #507: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

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Lanza Search Warrant (3)

Affiant Detectives:

Detective James McGlynn, #1268: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

Detective Scott Wisner, #507: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

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Lanza Search Warrant (4)
Affiant Detectives: Detective James McGlynn, #1268: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad
Detective Scott Wisner, #507: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad

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Lanza Search Warrant (5)

Affiant Detectives: Detective James McGlynn, #1268: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad Detective Scott Wisner, #507: Connecticut State Police Department – Central District Major Crime Squad search-warrants-lanza-book-list-autism-in-the-mind-of-a-killerwarrants-lanza-notes-documents-report-card-sandy-hook

Notes:

We were told Nancy Lanza was shot 4 times in the head. According to the warrant, it appears she was only shot once?

From GLP:

“Sedensky said Lanza killed all 26 victims inside Sandy Hook Elementary School with a Bushmaster .223-caliber rifle before taking his own life with a Glock 10 mm handgun. He says Lanza had another loaded handgun with him inside the school as well as three, 30-round magazines for the Bushmaster. Sedensky said 154 spent .223 casings were recovered at the scene. A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was found in the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the school with two magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds.

” OTHER “news” reports claim he didn’t empty each magazine and reloaded early, so we’re talking quite a few mags (8 + 1? )he must have had with him to start. I weighed a 30 round loaded PMAG at about 1.16 lbs. If he was determined to get through the door and knew he had to blast it out to get inside, he likely used quite a few rounds and there would be shell casings on the ground outside, never saw any evidence markers or tape for casings outside.

Regarding bullet proof vest:

Newtown shooter Adam Lanza was not wearing body armor during massacre

Adam Lanza went into the Sandy Hook Elementary School wearing a utility vest, not a bullet proof vest, state police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said Thursday.

“It was a fishing type vest, a jacket with a lot of pockets; it was not a bullet-proof vest,” Vance said. ( Read more)

Update

Noted in the warrant is the fact that when police arrived at the scene a “shotgun was noted in plain view to be in the interior of the vehicle”. This would seem to fly in the face of available video records which show police removing what appears to be a Saiga shotgun from the trunk of the Honda Civic the evening of the 14th.

A related press release from CT State’s Attorney Sedensky seems to provide an explanation, regardless how unsatisfactory.

The police found a loaded 12-gauge shotgun in the passenger compartment of the car the shooter drove to the school. The shotgun was moved by police from the passenger compartment of the car to the trunk for safekeeping.

Did they wait for the bomb detection/disposal team to arrive before opening the trunk? It was safer in the trunk of the suspect car than in a police car? Why wasn’t it safe right where it was?

2 other things caught my eye while looking over the warrants. The first was that there seemed to be so much ammo for guns the Lanza’s didn’t appear to own, namely, all the .303 caliber ammo and the .45 caliber ammo. There doesn’t appear to be any mention of a .303 rifle or .45 cal pistol.

The second was no cash being found in the home. This was a well to do family. I know we increasingly live in a cashless society but I still find it worth noting that no money was found in the house or in Nancy’s purse.

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Update

If you’ve been following along lo these many months you’ll know one of the things we’ve been anxiously anticipating is the surveillance camera footage from the entrance of the school. While there was no mention of any footage in the released warrants there was a comment made by an unidentified family member who was briefed on the contents of the warrants prior to their release.

Families Told What Was Seized From Lanza’s House, Car

About 50 family members attended the briefing. A few mothers cried, though most of the parents remained calm. After the more than two-hour session concluded, they left the Municipal Center alone or in small groups, escorted by state police troopers who kept reporters at a distance.

Most who were contacted afterward declined to comment

“Some things made people sad, worried,” a family member, who asked not to be identified, said.

The family member who asked not to be named said police told them there had been no video recording of the crime at the school.

There you have it. If our unidentified family member is to be believed we will not be seeing any security cam footage of the shooter entering the school. While it’s difficult to take unnamed sources too seriously I wonder if this isn’t just the first step in boiling the frog. An initial salvo to prepare us for the eventual, official statement.

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