A hotel maid is being hailed as a hero for potentially preventing a massacre at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game set for this week.
“A hotel maid is being hailed for her role in preventing what police fear could have been a “Las Vegas-style shooting” at the upcoming MLB All-Star Game in Denver, a report said Saturday,” according to the New York Post.
“The housekeeper tipped off cops after she found more than a dozen weapons and 1,000 rounds of ammunition at a hotel near Coors Field Friday, according to ABC7 Denver. [emphasis added]
“The alarming discovery was made inside a room on the eighth floor of the Maven Hotel, just two blocks from the mile-high ballpark that is hosting the “Midsummer Classic” Tuesday, the station said.
“Cops removed 16 long guns, body armor, and ammo from the room, which had a balcony overlooking Denver’s downtown, the outlet reported. [emphasis added]
“Three men and a woman were arrested and charged with weapons possessions in connection with the cache. Three of the suspects were previous offenders, and three of them also were charged with intent to distribute drugs, the report said.
“One suspect, a recent divorcee, had posted a cryptic Facebook message saying he would ‘go out in a big way,’ sources told the station.” [emphasis added]
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— New York Post (@nypost) July 11, 2021