UPDATE NOV. 21: Anthony Wrobel has been sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 20 years for killing Venetian executive Mia Banks at a company picnic.
He was also sentenced to 60-240 months for use of a deadly weapon and 96-240 months for attempted murder. The sentences must be served consecutively.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- Anthony Wrobel has pleaded guilty to shooting two Venetian hotel-casino employees at a company picnic in 2018, court records show.
In April 2018, Mia Banks, vice president of casino operations at the Venetian, was shot and killed during a picnic at Sunset Park. Executive Director of Table Games Hector Rodriguez was hospitalized.
Wrobel was arrested more than 800 miles from Las Vegas near the small town of Vega, Texas and extradited back to Las Vegas.
Court records show he pleaded guilty on Sept. 18 and is scheduled to be back in court for sentencing on Nov. 21.