Lawyer Compares 2014 Arrest at Vegas Hotel to Shooting Case

The arrest of a man in 2014 with multiple weapons in an upper-floor room at a Las Vegas Strip resort should have led to tightened hotel security and prevented a shooting last October from the same hotel that killed 58 people and injured hundreds, a lawyer in a negligence lawsuit said Friday.

"An incident like this, with someone bringing assault rifles and setting up essentially a sniper's position in the Mandalay Bay," attorney Robert Eglet said. "For them to say Oct. 1 was unforeseeable is just patently untrue."