Alec Baldwin finally surrenders cellphone to police in ‘Rust’ probe

Alec Baldwin finally surrenders cellphone to police in ‘Rust’ probe


Alec Baldwin turned his cellphone over to New Mexico police Friday — nearly a month after they secured a warrant for the device following a fatal shooting on the set of the movie “Rust,” according to a report.

The Santa Fe District Attorney’s Office said it has the 63-year-old actor’s cellphone, which is believed to contain information about the prop-gun shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in October, according to ABC News.

The handover comes one day after the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release, “to date, the cell phone has not been turned over to authorities.”

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Police in New Mexico got a warrant for the cellphone on Dec. 16 and the case’s lead detective quickly notified Baldwin’s attorney, police said.

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