Police in Sweetwater have arrested a man who allegedly brandished a firearm at Dolphin Mall Saturday amid a scene of chaos caused by a "false fire alarm."
Pedro Pagan was arrested Sunday and charged with wreckless display of a firearm, authorities said. Pagan is in his mid-20s and didn't have a shirt on at the time he allegedly pulled out the gun, police said.
The arrest comes after a "false fire alarm" at Dolphin Mall prompted shoppers to evacuate the building in a panic. Video shows frantic shoppers exiting the mall into the parking lot.
It is currently unclear who pulled the fire alarm. No injuries were reported as a result of the incident.
Police are investigating the situation.
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