A huge fight that ended with the police being attacked, forced the temporary lockdown of San Francisco’s downtown Westfield Mall Sunday evening and ended with several people being detained. The “mall brawl” is a “thing” these days with social media and bored teenagers that need attention. A sign of the times…


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A San Francisco police spokesman said calls came in around 6:43 p.m. reporting a large fight at the mall.
Videos posted on social media showed a chaotic scene with arriving officers struggling to subdue several individuals. As a precaution the mall was locked down for a short time and then finally closed for the night early while police attempted to control the violence.
Officer Robert Rueca said a number of fights were occurring as bystanders were watching.

He said officers tried to detain several people some of whom resisted and would not obey officers.

As officers attempted to stop the fighting, they were attacked and assaulted.

To help control the situation the mall was closed. Rueca said a number of people have been detained. One officer was injured.


Some of the fights were reportedly planned on social media, but no one seems to have an answer about why they happened across America at various malls and why they all happened on the day after Christmas…

MASSIVE PLANNED MALL FIGHTS Broke out across the US on Monday forcing many of the malls to evacuate shoppers and close their doors.

December 26 is one of the busiest shopping days of the years with after Christmas specials.

At least 14 malls were shut down in the US due to massive fights.

Beachwood Place Mall outside of Cleveland, Ohio — Officers used pepper spray to disperse a large crowd after a fight that prompted a lockdown of Beachwood Place on Monday evening, police said.

At least one juvenile is in custody in connection with the fight that broke out just after 6:30 p.m. near the mall’s food court, police said. The juvenile is accused of assaulting a police officer who arrived to break up the disturbance.

Officers were initially called to the scene for a report of shots fired, but have since confirmed there were no gunshots, police at the scene said. Cleveland.com

New Jersey’s Jersey Garden mall also reported hearing shots being fired:

The Manchester, New Hampshire mall was shut down before 6 PM due to fighting.

A total of seven arrests were made during a huge fight that broke out at the Shoppes at Buckland Hills in Manchester, causing the mall to shut down early Monday night.

Manchester Police said hundred of teens were involved, and that several fights broke out. The mall was shut down shortly before 6 p.m. and cleared out in response. It was supposed to remain open until 9 p.m.

According to Manchester Police Capt. Chris Davis, it’s typical to see more teens in the mall during the holidays. “Kids are out of school. A lot of them aren’t hanging out in the streets so they come here, typically, and hang out at the mall.”

The mall released the following statement Tuesday morning:

Buckland Hills has closed for the evening. The well-being of our shoppers and retailers is our number one priority, and we take matters very seriously that disrupt the peaceful, safe environment we strive to create for our community. We are working closely with law enforcement and direct all inquiries to the Manchester Police Department. The shopping center will be open Tuesday.

According to police, about 8-10 teens started fighting at around 5:30 p.m., and officers who were already at the mall broke up the fight. Then, several hundred teens at various other locations throughout the mall started fighting at the same time.

Davis said some veteran Manchester officers who were at Buckland Hills on Monday night noticed more teens than usual. “They just kind of sensed that something was amiss, previous to the fights actually starting. So it was just kind of a sixth-sense by some of our officers.” –Fox61

The Fox Mall in Aurora, Colorado was evacuated after the massive brawl on Monday.
Here’s video of the brawl in the Fox Mall.


Malls in Connecticut, North Carolina, Virginia, Illinois and Colorado were shut down due to large fights.

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