Four people were arrested after an incident at the Philadelphia Mills Mall, formerly the Franklin Mills Mall, in Northeast Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police responded to the mall around 6:45 p.m. Tuesday for the report of an extremely large crowd of juveniles causing a disturbance.
Police say around 200 showed up to the mall, but only 30 made it inside.
“They went to the food court area and that’s when they started running around, yelling and screaming and acting disorderly,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small said.
The gathering was planned on the social media network Snapchat, police say.
Police made four arrests. The ages of those arrested have not been released.
They say one of those arrested may face serious felony charges after attempting to strike a police officer.