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14 April 2019, 08:43 | Glen Norman
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Witnesses said Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, pushed or threw the 5-year-old boy on Friday morning from the third-floor balcony of the mall's interior to the first floor, almost 40 feet below, Bloomington Police Chief Jeff Potts said in a news conference on Saturday, April 13.
Jeff Potts, the police chief for Bloomington Police Department said: "First of all, most importantly, the child that fell is still alive".
A witness at the Bloomington mall told WCCO that a woman was screaming that someone threw her child from the third-floor balcony.
"She was screaming 'Everyone pray, everyone pray".
It has been reported that Landen Hoffmann from Woodbury, Minnesota, was tossed to the marble ground beneath the balcony on Friday (12 April) as his mum screamed: "Oh my God, my baby - someone threw him over the edge".
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On Friday, 24-year old Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda allegedly threw the child, who has not been identified, from the third floor of the mall, police said.
In July 2015, Aranda was charged with causing damage inside stores after he threw items off the upper level of the mall to the lower level, according to court records obtained by WCCO (pdf).
Friends of the family began a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign for Landen, who is described as "the sweetest, kindest 5-year-old you will ever meet".
"We feel confident saying that the suspect threw the child off of the third floor", Potts told CNN. The boy was rushed to a local hospital with "significant injuries" from the 40-foot fall, authorities said, and was still being treated 24 hours later. The complaint says Aranda approached a woman who was waiting for the restaurant to open and asked her to buy him something. "The child has been transported to the hospital and has been receiving care".
Chief Potts said the suspect had three run-ins with Bloomington officers back in 2015, but had not had any contact since. He said the suspect was located at the transit station just outside of the Mall of America.
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