Man linked to last weekend’s panic on Las Vegas Strip was upset with security, had been trespassed from MGM Grand

Man linked to last weekend’s panic on Las Vegas Strip was upset with security, had been trespassed from MGM Grand

Article brief provided by Las Vegas Review-Journal
  • Ricardo Torres-Cortez, Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 21, 2022 10:05 PM
  • Ricardo Torres-Cortez, Las Vegas Review-Journal

    A man accused of breaking glass with rocks at a Strip resort, triggering false reports of an active shooter throughout the tourist corridor, had been upset for being kicked out of the property, police alleged in his arrest report.

    Thompson Bradley, 42, remained at the Clark County Detention Center on Thursday on one misdemeanor count of destruction of property.

    The Washington state resident’s bail was set at $2,000, and he was ordered to stay away from the Strip. Bradley did not have a listed attorney.

    MGM Grand security had trespassed Bradley on Saturday, according to the Metropolitan Police Department, which did not disclose the reason.