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Friday, April 20, 2018|3:21 p.m.
. The first pull of Anthony Wrobel’s weapon did not produce a bullet and the second fired an unexpected round to the ground, according to a Metro Cops warrant.
The document offers insight into the examination of last weekend shooting of 2 Venetian executives at Sunset Park. Wrobel, 42, was a long time table-games dealer who ended up being irritated with the company, eliminating Mia Banks, 54, and wounding Hector Rodriguez, cops said.
When serving a SWAT search warrant at Wrobel’s house, detectives found it was mostly abandoned. On a coffee table, a single sheet of paper “expressing the author’s anger at Venetian Management” was found, police said.
Inside Wrobel’s dark-colored Dodge Battery charger, which he dropped at close-by McCarran International Airport, a revolver, ammo and magazines were discovered, authorities stated. He left the car minutes after the shooting to run away town in a 1998 silver Cadillac he planted at the airport three days before the believed criminal offense.
Wrobel was jailed Thursday early morning at a rest stop in the Texas panhandle.
On Sunday, Wrobel drove to the picnic, which was unwinding about 6 p.m., and approached a co-worker, asking if the “employers” were still there, authorities stated. He was directed to a gazebo area where the victims were sitting.
” Wrobel approached Banks and Rodriguez and stood beside the picnic table” before pulling out a weapon, authorities stated.
Several 911 callers, some who saw the shooting, recognized Wrobel as the shooter by name, police said. At Dawn Health Center Medical Center where Banks passed away, Rodriguez told investigators that Wrobel shot them.
Seven minutes later on, security images at the airport captured Wrobel arriving and entering his getaway cars and truck, authorities stated. He was gone by the time officers arrived.
The search for the suspect intensified Tuesday when the FBI filed a warrant mentioning that they believe Wrobel had actually left Las Vegas.
After his arrest on Tuesday, City stated they knew for certain that Wrobel was at Cedar City, Utah, where he stole license plates off a car shortly after the shooting. However they were aiming to determine his location between the shooting and the arrest, and where he was perhaps heading.
Around 3 a.m., in a Texas rest stop beside a highway, an Oldham County Constable’s Office carrying out regular patrol ran the plates of a silver Cadillac and determined they were taken.
When backup got here and deputies approached a sleeping Wrobel, he got a 9 mm gun, but rapidly dropped it. Soon, they discovered the man was wanted about 700 miles away on a federal murder and tried murder warrant.