On Sept. 26, police met with the property manager and assistant property manager of the apartment complex, who told them O'Shea had come into the office Sept. 15 asking for help with a mirror he had been trying to hang, which ended up damaging a wall, according to the police report. A staff member went to O'Shea's apartment and saw a mirror on the floor of his bedroom with a hole in the mirror near the center.
The staff member also said there was a hole in the drywall in the bedroom, about 6 feet above the floor, the report stated. O'Shea allegedly had said he accidentally put a screwdriver through the mirror and wall while he was trying to stop the mirror from falling, the staff member said.
However, when O'Shea returned to the management office Sept. 16, he allegedly said the damage occurred through his use of a pneumatic gun, according to the report. He then reportedly asked if the hole had gone through to the other apartment and said he wanted to apologize to them and give them a $250 gift card to make amends for the "inconvenience of the situation," the report stated.
Police on Sept. 27 interviewed O'Shea about what had caused the hole in the walls. His response is redacted from the report.