Las Vegas, Nevada – Stephen Paddock would’ve triggered alarm bells at Wynn Las Vegas


Posted on the 10th of October 2017

Las Vegas, Nevada – Stephen Paddock would’ve triggered alarm bells at Wynn Las Vegas

According to casino mogul, Steve Wynn, Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock would have triggered alarm bells and raised red flags at Wynn’s properties.

“The scenario that we’re aware of would have indicated that he didn’t let anyone in the room for two or three days, that would have triggered a whole bunch of alarms here,” Wynn told Fox News “And we would have on behalf of the guests, of course, investigated for safety and it would have been provocative situation. I’m sure that the same is true in other hotels but in this hotel, a 36-hour, a 24-hour, 36-hour ‘Do Not Disturb’ on a room is a predicate for investigation.”

Furthermore, Wynn hotel employees are trained to do visual inspections every time they enter a room, so any guest that hangs a “Do Not Disturb” sign for longer than 12 hours triggers an investigation, and any guest that is found to be in possession of a firearm is ejected from the property.

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