Hours before officers were called to YouTube's headquarters after being informed of an armed intruder, they had spotted the assailant parked in her vehicle and sleeping in a Walmart parking lot.
"They were just ideal neighbors", Rundell said.
"At no point during our roughly 20 minute interaction with her did she mention anything about YouTube, if she was upset with them, or that she had planned to harm herself or others".
Police say today Aghdam went to a local gun range yesterday morning before going to YouTube. A slew of videos and social media posts show her disdain for the company's efforts to "demonetize" and filter her quirky vegan, workout, animal rights and dance videos. Aghdam didn't hide the fact that she was upset with Youtube.
YouTube had no immediate comment about any actions related to Aghdam's videos.
Nasim Aghdam, 39, bought the 9 mm Smith and Wesson pistol from a shop in San Diego on January 16 - about 11 weeks before she targeted the company, unleashing chaos as employees were eating lunch, San Bruno police Commander Geoff Caldwell told USA TODAY.
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I saw the body laid in the street and another guy jump in a van and leave", Gordon Williams, a neighbor, said. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 .
Police in Mountain View said they spoke to Ismail Aghdam twice after contacting the family to report finding his daughter and that he never told them she could become violent or pose a threat to YouTube employees. During the shooting, she swapped out a magazine and shot from the second magazine when she killed herself. They did not know she had a gun. "Women are not as socialized to guns as men are", Dr. Hickey said. Sean Aghdam immediately knew it was Nasim and turned back.
In addition, she was seen in a #Shooting range before the attack and there was a gun that was registered in her name that was found on the scene.
The brother said he was so concerned that he drove to San Francisco on the morning of the shooting to find her and was nearly there when the family was notified of the shooting. Her handgun had a 17-bullet capacity, according to Smith & Wesson.
Nasim Aghdam used the name "Nasime Sabz" online, a law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation told The Associated Press. The deceased woman who allegedly opened fire before killing herself was furious over the company stopping her video revenue, according to investigators.
Officers spent almost two hours Wednesday at the Jackson Arms Shooting Range in South San Francisco, a few miles from the YouTube headquarters.
At the same time, Aghdam left little doubt about her grievance with YouTube. There were two women which were a 32-year-old who was admitted in serious condition and a 27-year-old who was admitted in fair condition.
Police express that Aghdam was angry regarding the policies and rules of both the business and taken an assault Tuesday at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, south of san francisco bay area. The video platform has since responded, stating that it will increase the security across all of its offices worldwide to ensure employee safety.