Since shootings Dec. 30 at the Radisson Bay Harbor Hotel that killed four and injured three, authorities are a constant presence.
Police officers have been hired to keep vigil around the clock, a security guard is never far off and marked patrol cars are parked near the entrance.
Still, none of that stopped a man from wandering through a back door two weeks ago with a pry bar sticking from his pocket. That caught the attention of Officer M. Jumaily.
Michael Gravlin was charged with possession of burglary tools (including medical forceps and a defunct hotel room key), a charge he has faced before.
Jumaily's report said he asked Gravlin why he chose this particular hotel, with all the post-shootings security.
"Oh, that happened here?" Gravlin answered.