"The scenario that we're aware of would have indicated that [Paddock] didn't let anyone in the room for two or three days," Wynn told "Fox News Sunday." "That would have triggered a whole bunch of alarms here."
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Wynn said guns are not allowed in his hotels, unless they belong to employees who are required to carry them. He said guests who are found to have guns, “we eject from the hotel.” Wynn said they discover guests with guns “continually.”
After the shooting, Wynn hotels started using wands to detect potential metal objects on guests, as well as inspecting luggage upon entrance to the hotel.
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Paddock had been known to stay at Wynn resorts, among many others. Wallace asked Wynn if his security teams had much of a profile on him, and if anything should have raised a red flag.
“The most vanilla profile one could possibly imagine. A modest gambler, at least by our standards,” Wynn said.