It is believed Danley attended the 2014 version of the same concert where the massacre took place, the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
Two days later, six Federal Bureau of Investigation agents located Paddock near a gas station in downtown Las Vegas.
Speaking just moments after learning police were searching for Ms Danley, Mr Paddock said he couldn't believe Ms Danley was involved in any way.
He added that his brother was also an accountant for many years, but he was not aware of any recent financial difficulties he may have had.
His brother, Eric, described Stephen Paddock as financially well-off and an enthusiast of video poker games and cruises.
"He was a gambler and a speculator, and he did that in Vegas", said Don Judy, who lived next door to Stephen Paddock from 2013-2015.
He checked into the Mandalay last Thursday.
Lombardo said 16 rifles were found in the room where Paddock killed himself, some with scopes and some that appeared to have been modified in an attempt to convert them into machine guns.
Store spokesman Shawn Vincent declined comment on how many guns Paddock bought and said those details could only be shared with authorities.
Chris Sullivan, the owner of Mesquite's Guns & Guitars shop, issued a statement confirming that Paddock was a customer who cleared background checks and said his business was cooperating with investigators.
They obtained a warrant to search a second house connected to Paddock in Reno, Nevada. His immediate surroundings have said that paddock is not a member of any political organisations or organisations.
After first describing her as a "person of interest" in the aftermath of the massacre perpetrated by Paddock, Nevada Police have now completely cleared Danley of any connection to the crime.
That includes information about his father, Benjamin Paddock, being on the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted List.
Stephen Paddock's father, Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, was born in Sheboygan in 1925. He had severed eight years of his 20-year sentence.
Authorities at the time said Benjamin was a diagnosed psychopath and therefore, "extremely risky".
When the final verdict in Paddock's legal saga came in, and Circuit Judge George Woodrich chose to let him off with a $100,000 fine and no jail time.
But Paddock gambled and lost in 2012 when he filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against another Las Vegas casino, the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
"My brother is not like you and me".
Security video from the Cosmopolitan Hotel showed Paddock taking a tumble on October 30, 2011, as he walked from a hotel shop toward a high-stakes area in the casino.
Another neighbour Maria Alameida said the mother had moved into the home in 2004, saying: "We'd always have parties and now I'm thinking about how we could have made him mad". "I will bet any amount of money that they will not find any link to anything. he did this completely by himself".