Heightened Black Friday Tempers At Danbury Mall

DANBURY, Conn. (AP) _ Police in Danbury say there were no injuries arrests and no arrests made after what is being called a “routine disturbance” at a shopping mall on Black Friday.

Lt. Shaun McColgan says the incident remains under investigation, but that it appears to have been a fight involving a couple of teenagers Friday evening at the Danbury Fair Mall.

McColgan says there were reports that someone may have yelled the word “gun” during the incident, creating some fear among other shoppers. But he says no gun was found at the scene and the mall was never locked down or closed.

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton said on his official Twitter account that state and local police responded to the situation and that it was under control.

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