A search warrant has been issued for actor Alec Baldwin’s cellphone within the investigation into the deadly taking pictures of cameraman Halyna Hutchins in October.
Hutchins was shot and killed by Baldwin on the set of his western movie “Relaxation” in New Mexico.
Paperwork filed with a courtroom in Santa Fe, New Mexico, confirmed that police obtained the search warrant on Thursday.
The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Workplace believes there are essential calls on Baldwin’s cellphone about what led to Hutchins’ dying in October.
Investigators requested the 63-year-old actor for his cellphone earlier, however he instructed them to get a search warrant, the New York Submit reported.
Earlier this month, Baldwin instructed ABC Information’ George Stephanopoulos that he “did not pull the set off”.