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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two women and two juvenile females were not happy about being escorted from a Stockton mall Sunday, and their anger got them into trouble.
On Sunday afternoon at around 3:30 p.m., a security officer attempted to escort four women –- two adults age 20, and two juveniles –- off the property of Weberstown Mall when the four refused to leave. One of the suspects then started fighting with the officer, according to a statement from the Stockton Police Department.
As the officer was reportedly trying to control the suspect, the other three suspects began attacking the officer, trying to free their friend. Police were called to the mall and arrested the suspects.
One suspect was put into a patrol car and began kicking the windows. She was put into Safe-Wrap.
The suspects have been identified as Alexis Freeman, 20, and Kristona Polk, 20. The other two suspects were not identified due to their age. All four suspects are facing charges of battery and resisting arrest.