No arrests made after rioting teens force KY mall to close

There are new questions being asked about why police made no arrests following violence and mayhem among more than 1,000 teenagers at a mall in Louisville, Kentucky, last weekend.

The first calls to police came in at around 7pm ET on Saturday, with teens harassing shoppers and loitering in stores.

Dozens of other calls quickly followed, with four police departments responding to large fights. Stores shut their doors and gates to keep the rioters out.

There were unconfirmed reports of shots being fired. Responding officers who showed up were pelted with garbage and other items at various points, Trace Gallagher reported on "The Kelly File."

No officers were injured and the rioting teens were sent home, instead of being arrested.


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