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17 April 2019, 04:31 | Glen Norman
Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda
Aranda is charged with first-degree attempted premeditated murder in the incident, which took place on Friday morning.
Aranda told police he had come to the mall a day earlier intending to kill an adult, but that did not "work out", according to the complaint.
Freeman said prosecutors will seek a $2 million bond to hold Aranda in jail for now, and "would pursue a longer sentence based on the aggravating factors of particular cruelty, the vulnerability of the boy and committing the violent act in front of other children and the boy's mother", according to a statement from his office.
Aranda, 24, who lives in Minneapolis, did not enter a plea, Laszewski added. The mother told cops she'd never seen Aranda and before she could move away, he grabbed the child. He gave his name and address when prompted by Judge Jeannice Reding and answered "not at all" when the judge asked if he had any questions.
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Stephen Tillitt, an attorney representing the victim's family, told reporters the child remains in critical condition. He allegedly said he "planned to kill an adult, because they usually stand near the balcony, but he chose the victim instead".
According to KMSP, police estimate the child fell 39 feet before hitting the ground below, suffering numerous broken bones and severe head trauma.
Aranda is charged with attempted homicide.
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Police caught Aranda on a light rail train at the mall waiting for it to leave.
"Defendant indicated he had been coming to the Mall for several years and had made efforts to talk to women in the Mall, but had been rejected, and the rejection caused him to lash out and be aggressive", the complaint said.
Police said Aranda had a history of mental issues and arrests on relatively minor charges.
Authorities say Arnada, who had been previously banned from the mall, was busted by Bloomington police three times in 2015, including one time for throwing an object from the third level.
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