Hotel housekeeper prevents potential 'Las Vegas style' mass shooting ahead of All-Star game

The housekeeper alerted the police when she found more than a dozen weapons and 1,000 rounds of ammo.
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A Denver hotel housekeeper is being hailed for her role in preventing what officials feared could have become a "Las Vegas style shooting" at the upcoming MLB All-Star Game, according to a report from over the weekend.

A housekeeper alerted local police after she found 1,000 rounds of ammunition and over a dozen weapons in a room at the Maven Hotel near Coors Field, where the game will be played Tuesday. 

Authorities confiscated 16 long guns, ammo, and body armor from the room, which had a balcony that overlooked downtown Denver. 

"The investigations and arrests were the result of a tip from the public, serving as an excellent example of the critical role the community plays in public safety," police said Saturday evening. 

Three men and a woman were arrested and charged in connection with the findings. 

Hundreds were injured and 59 were killed in 2017 during a mass shooting from a Las Vegas hotel room during a music festival.