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Chief: Boy thrown from Mall of America balcony being treated

15 April 2019

"This is Landen, he is the sweetest kindest 5 year old you will ever meet". Bloomington police said Saturday he was in stable condition. There was blood; the boy was not moving. He said she was screaming, "Everybody pray, everybody pray". "The child was treated at the scene and then transported by ambulance to the hospital with life threatening injuries". "Immediately, my thoughts were: how can something like this happen?"

He said: "We do have prior contacts with this individual".

The name of the victim has not been released, and his family is asking for their privacy to be respected. He's still receiving care.

The suspect- 24-year old Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda tried to run away but was quickly arrested.

Bloomington police arrested Aranda in the mall's transit station.

He was arrested and has since been charged with attempted homicide. I just can't imagine someone doing that to her!

Landen Hoffmann fell nearly 12 metres at the Mall of America near Minneapolis in the United States on Friday and suffered life-threatening injuries.

Potts said, emphasizing that police believe this to be an 'isolated incident'.

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An employee from the Bare Minerals store went on to tell police that Aranda had "walked into the store, and without saying anything, swept his hand across a display table, knocking off and breaking two containers of lip gloss valued at $18.00 each and three shot glasses valued at $2.00 each", the outlet reported.

Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, was chased down by cops in Bloomington, Minnesota. Aranda had smashed five computers and keyboards "beyond repair" after he read something on Facebook that infuriated him, the man told authorities. Jail records don't list an attorney for him.

Aranda asked the woman to buy him something while they sat outside the restaurant, waiting for it to open. He was discharged from custody six months later and placed on probation.

Potts said the Mall of America will often give a no-trespass order to offenders, with a time limit appropriate to the crime.

Police do not think there is a relationship between Aranda and the child, but the Minneapolis resident has a history with the police, including a July 2015 incident where he threw an object from one of the floors at the same mall.

Police say the boy was allegedly pushed or thrown by Aranda from a third-floor balcony at the mall.

Brian Johnson had just entered the mall when he saw the crowds of people gathered near the escalator and the boy on the ground.

Chief: Boy thrown from Mall of America balcony being treated