STOCKTON, Calif — Two Stockton malls were placed on lockdown after fights erupted between potentially hundreds of minors.
Police said between 150 to 200 juveniles were involved in a disturbance at the Weberstown Mall around 5:30 p.m. As a result, the mall was placed on lockdown.
Officers helped security get the minors into the parking lot where they say several fights broke out. The group then went to Sherwood Mall where staff immediately locked the mall down, as well.
There were no arrests, but one person was taken to a hospital to treat unspecified injuries.
Stockton Crime Stoppers is offering $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of the people responsible for the lockdown.
A similar incident unfolded two years ago on Dec. 26, 2017. Back then, police said about 100 minors were involved in a large fight at Weberstown Mall. Police had received several calls about the minors at both Weberstown and Sherwood Mall.
- 'My brother, we miss you' | 1 year later, Cpl. Singh's memory lives on in Newman
- Modesto police seek help identifying suspect SUV from deadly June shooting
- $2,400 in donations stolen from Woodland Salvation Army center around Christmas holiday
- Man swinging pole at people in Fab 40's area shocked with taser, Sacramento police say
STAY UP TO DATE ON EVERYTHING HAPPENING IN STOCKTON BY DOWNLOADING THE ABC10 APP:
►Stay In the Know! Sign up now for ABC10's Daily Blend Newsletter