Wynn Resorts retaining local FBI agent to assume executive role

Apr 23, 2018 10:30 AM

Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts is retaining a longtime local FBI agent who is retiring from the agency to assume an, as yet, unspecified executive role with the company.

Assistant Special Agent in Charge Patrick G. Brodsky, 50, said through media representatives that he will retire from the FBI Friday after 23 years with the bureau.

Brodsky served as part of the bureau’s Las Vegas division and specialized in organized crime as an agent and a supervisory agent. His duties included white-collar crime, violent crime, public corruption, health care fraud and crimes against children.