Publicado: Lun, Abril 15, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Boy thrown from Mall of America balcony still hospitalized


The suspect- 24-year old Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda tried to run away but was quickly arrested.

Police do not think there is a relationship between Aranda and the child, but the Minneapolis resident has a history with the police, including a July 2015 incident where he threw an object from one of the floors at the same mall. "Thank you again for all of your support, we are truly gracious to be surrounded by a community that reaches out to help those in need", the family friend said.

"It goes without saying, but any time you deal with a situation like this, it's very hard". He said the suspect was located at the transit station just outside of the Mall of America.

Mr Potts went on to explain how Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda has previously been arrested at the Mall of America.

"The family is looking forward to continued privacy during this hard time and we are definitely welcoming all thoughts and prayers at this point", a spokesperson for the child's family tells PEOPLE.

"The child has been transported to the hospital and has been receiving care". Police are not releasing his name.

The average donation to the page, which was created by family friends, was just over $30, but the good wishes were priceless.

Landen "has a very long road to recovery ahead of him".

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"Their family is always so generous to others", he wrote. Police say they have a 24-year-old man in custody.

Hanneman said the boy suffered life-threatening injuries. "He has many surgeries ahead in his life to try to get back to a normal life for a young, vibrant boy". In another case, Aranda assaulted a woman inside Twin City Grill after she refused to buy him food.

In total, Aranda had contact with the Bloomington Police Department three times in 2015 and has been arrested in other jurisdictions.

Aranda was under a trespass notice at the time banning him from the mall until July 4, 2016. Most no-trespass orders are in six-month or one-year increments.

Potts said on Saturday there were "a lot of witnesses that were helpful" in the incident Friday.

Aranda is being held on suspicion of attempted homicide, and police expect to submit the case to prosecutors in support of charges by noon Monday, Potts said.

He's now at the Bloomington Police Department, Potts said, and authorities don't believe there is any further threat to the public.

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