4 arrested after disturbance at Philadelphia shopping mall
PHILADELPHIA - A disturbance at a northeast Philadelphia shopping mall has led to the arrest of four people.
Police responded to the Philadelphia Mills mall Tuesday evening for a report of a large group of juveniles causing a disturbance.
Four people were arrested. Police say one person tried to attack an officer who was working to disperse the crowd.
No injuries were reported.
Police tell WPVI-TV that the gathering was planned on the mobile messaging app Snapchat.
The incident comes after a number of disturbances were reported at malls around the country on Monday. Most of those also involved large groups of juveniles.
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