One of the Las Vegas witnesses recalled Paddock telling him that "somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves", during a conversation less than a month before the shooting.
Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation refused to answer questions from The Associate Press about the account.
Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have said they don't know a motive for the attack, but believe Paddock acted alone and the attack had no link to worldwide terrorism.
Sisolak said he hadn't heard of the man's account and he could not say whether it was credible.
One of the last people to see Paddock was a housekeeper who cleaned his suite about four days before the massacre. The housekeeper said Paddock then ordered room service but continued to stare at her as he ate his meal.
"A good guy just grabbed me and said, 'Love, you're gonna die here if I leave you here, '" she told police. She responded that she was but needed to get items from her cart.
A woman who fell wounded said another woman who pushed her was shot five times.
"I told them to get in however they could", he said.
The release of documents Wednesday was the second round of materials released after a Clark County District judge ruled in February that the records should be released. That's the same floor from which the gunman carried out the attack. "Lock the door, your door was open".
The host said seeing Danley's photo on the news floored him.
Other witnesses told police Paddock came off as an introvert who only discussed gambling and traveling - but never politics, religion or guns. The man said that he then left Paddock, he told authorities.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the housekeeper also said she thought it was unusual that he had so much luggage in his room. And a man who rejected an offer from Paddock to modify his semi-automatic weapons to fire automatically said Paddock grew upset and launched into a tirade about gun control.
As she crouched down, a massive spraying of bullets rained down and the unidentified woman thought the gunfire was coming from helicopters above.
The woman says she climbed a fence and sprinted toward a stage where she saw people taking cover. She made a decision to play dead.
From there, she texted her sister-in-law who was watching her kids: "OMG, there's tons of gunshots and people dead everywhere". The woman's name was redacted from the document.
Her friends got her to a street where a limousine driver took them to a hospital where she remembered people in hallways on stretchers and hospital staff unable to take names of patients because there were so many of them.
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock reportedly ranted about "FEMA Camps" and the deadly Waco response to strangers just days before he opened fire from his hotel suite into a crowd of concert goers; killing 58 people and injuring hundreds.
Department lawyers who opposed releasing the information called the public records request costly and time-consuming, and said it could disclose investigative techniques.
Stories of chaos, courage and compassion have been revealed in police reports made public seven months after the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival.
They described the experiences of witnesses and victims on 1 October past year, when Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd floor of a hotel, killing 58 people and injuring more than 800.