Black Friday deals cause chaos in stores nationwide

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by WHAS11

WHAS11.com

Posted on November 30, 2013 at 8:02 AM

(WHAS11)—The deals on Black Friday caused mayhem at several stores around the country, including multiple arrest and citations at the doors opened for the products.

In Philadelphia at 2 a.m. on Friday two women began fighting, when one pulled out a stun gun.

Mall management was able to break up the fight quickly, and said no stun gun was used.

Philadelphia Police said they had not heard about the incident and there is no word on what started the fight.

In Florida, a man wanted the deals so bad that he left his baby boy in the car.

Police said the infant was left alone in a car in the parking lot of a Best Buy while both his parents were shopping.

The mother in the case has not been charged, while the father is facing charges of felony child neglect.

Up at a Connecticut mall police said a brawl erupted in the food court with nearly two dozen people.

Police said the scene became more chaotic when rumors began to make their rounds about someone having a gun inside the mall.

Police said the mall was not evacuated or locked down, but some store owners chose to lock their stores out of precaution.

There is no word of any injuries or arrest.
 

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