Ryder No Guns Fired in Roosevelt Field Mall Food Fight

Ryder: No Guns Fired in Roosevelt Field Mall Food Fight

Ryder: No Guns Fired in Roosevelt Field Mall Food Fight: After claiming that a food fight at Roosevelt Field mall caused erroneous reports of gunfire at the mall, Nassau police allayed concerns Monday night.

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Around 6 p.m., Roosevelt Field mall disturbance noises were heard, and several 911 calls reporting gunfire were made to the police. Police claimed that they discovered no signs of a shooting after responding to the mall.

According to Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder, the commotion began with a food fight in the food court, where chairs and a trash can were knocked over, giving onlookers the impression that rounds had been fired.

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There is no indication that shots were fired, according to the Nassau County Police, who are on the site. To guarantee the safety of all customers throughout this holiday season, officers have been and will remain at the mall, according to Ryder. Social media images from Monday night show customers leaving the mall in a hurry.