HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) -- The man who opened fire at a suburban Las Vegas casino-resort on Easter Sunday reportedly says he killed himself after being banned and accused of harassing female buffet workers.
Police say the man was found dead with an apparent self-inflicted wound around 5 p.m. Sunday near the buffet at M Resort Spa and Casino in Henderson. At the same time, a car fire was reported in the parking garage. Police said on Monday the car fire was linked to the suicide.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal said Monday that it received a package from John Noble.
The Las Vegas man had said the casino gave him a free lifetime gift of daily buffet meals but revoked it over alleged harassment of the restaurant employees.
The package contained nearly 300 pages, photos and a DVD.
The casino could not immediately be reached for comment.