Memphis police officers block off the entrances to the Oak Court Mall on Monday after a disturbance. A brawl involving as many as 150 teens at Hulen Mall in southwest Fort Worth was among reports of fighting in at least 15 malls across the country on Monday, striking the appearance of a coordinated effort, according to Fort Worth police and local and national media reports.
Memphis police officers block off the entrances to the Oak Court Mall on Monday after a disturbance. A brawl involving as many as 150 teens at Hulen Mall in southwest Fort Worth was among reports of fighting in at least 15 malls across the country on Monday, striking the appearance of a coordinated effort, according to Fort Worth police and local and national media reports. Jim Weber The Commercial Appeal via AP
Memphis police officers block off the entrances to the Oak Court Mall on Monday after a disturbance. A brawl involving as many as 150 teens at Hulen Mall in southwest Fort Worth was among reports of fighting in at least 15 malls across the country on Monday, striking the appearance of a coordinated effort, according to Fort Worth police and local and national media reports. Jim Weber The Commercial Appeal via AP

Hulen Mall brawl among 15 others; police not sure of social media link

December 27, 2016 06:50 PM

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