Police say the woman who opened fire at YouTube's headquarters didn't say or do anything concerning during a police interview.
Authorities say that hours before the attack, officers found her sleeping in her car about 25 miles from YouTube. They say she calmly told the officers that she was having family problems and had left her home, and that she was looking for a job.
She didn't say anything about being angry with YouTube and gave no indication she was a threat to herself or others.
Her father insists he warned police a day before the shooting that his daughter hated YouTube for de-monetizing her videos--and may have been planning to go to its offices.
But police said they spoke to him twice after locating his daughter, and that he never told them she might become violent or pose a threat to YouTube employees.
Mountain View police chief Max Bose noted, “They remained calm throughout (their calls)."