A 5-year-old boy was critically injured after being pushed or thrown by a 24-year-old man from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, on Friday, police say.
The man, later identified by police as Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, ran from the scene but was arrested in the mall's transit station.
Authorities described the child's injuries as life-threatening and said witnesses gave the child first aid.
Police do not think there is any relationship between the man and the child or the child's family.
The mother screamed uncontrollably and appeared to be in shock, Hailey said.
The Bloomington Police Chief did not reveal the suspects name but said he was a 24-year-old man who is now in police custody.
Blue Line train service to the mall was suspended for about 45 minutes as police responded to the incident. Tina Hailey told the publication she was rounding the corner when she heard a woman screaming, "Oh my god, pray for my son".
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Potts did not say whether the child and his family are from Minnesota or visiting.
Additional information from witnesses indicated the 5-year-old might have been pushed or thrown, Potts said.
Investigators are working with mall officials to determine if there was video, Potts said. Service resumed just before 11:30 a.m.
According to public records, Arranda has been convicted of trespassing, fifth-degree assault and interfering with a police officer, all misdemeanors.
Small portions of the south court on the first and third floors remained cordoned off Friday afternoon as lab technicians processed the scene.
Though the identity of the five-year-old boy, as well as the mother who was with him at the time, have not yet been identified, a witness spoke to The Star Tribune about the incident. We know that this is a concerning event for all of us. "As the Bloomington Police Department continues to investigate how and why this isolated incident happened, we will provide our full cooperation".