Documents, weapons found in Adam Lanza's home, car add grim details to Newtown shooting
NEWTOWN - Search warrants released today detail what police found in the home of Newtown shooter Adam Lanza, as well as in his slain mother's car.
Inside the home, authorities discovered books about autism and Asperger's syndrome, in addition to an NRA guide on pistol shooting. They also unearthed a cache of weapons, including guns, knives and swords, and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
The documents add that Lanza was wearing a bulletproof vest and military-style clothing when he was found deceased inside Sandy Hook Elementary School back on Dec. 14.
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Arrests have not been ruled out in the case.