Published: Mon, April 15, 2019
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Well-wishers Donate $330,000 For Boy Thrown Off Balcony By Stranger

Well-wishers Donate $330,000 For Boy Thrown Off Balcony By Stranger

The 5-year-old boy is still being treated for critical injuries sustained in a fall after he was thrown from the third floor of the mall Friday morning.

The 4.2-million-square-foot Mall of America is in Bloomington, about 10 miles south of Minneapolis.

A witness Friday at the mall told WCCO that the child's mother was screaming that someone had thrown her child from the balcony.

"'She was screaming 'Everyone pray, everyone pray. Oh my God, my baby, someone threw him over the edge,"' Brian Johnson told WCCO.

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Shortly after the incident, police arrested a 24-year-old man inside the mall, one of the state's leading tourist attractions, after he had fled the scene, Potts said. He is facing an attempted murder charge.

Neither the boy nor the family appeared to know Aranda, according to the police statement.

"'Very caring, very family-focused, deeply spiritual, very compassionate, extremely generous of their time, their talent and their resource", he said of the boy's family.

According to Potts, witnesses told police the person suspected of pushing or throwing the child 'took off running immediately after the incident'.

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Landen's family launched a GoFundMe page to cover what is said to be "immense" medical and rehabilitation costs, and on Sunday a family friend shared an update about the little boy's recovery.

As to a motive, police say they don't believe the man knew the child or family, Potts said. Potts said he expects to submit the case to Hennepin County prosecutors for charges by noon on Monday. A witness tried to stop him, and officers soon after apprehended and arrested the Minneapolis man in the mall's transit station.

Court records show the suspect was charged following two previous run-ins with police and security officers at the megamall. As the Bloomington Police Department continues to investigate how and why this isolated incident happened, we will provide our full cooperation'. He had also swept his hand across a display table at the beauty store Bare Minerals, breaking lip gloss containers and shot glasses, police said.

Aranda was under a trespass notice at the time banning him from the mall until July 4, 2016. The woman laughed off the request, records show, and sat down inside.

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In one incident, he threw ice water and tea at a woman who refused to buy him food at a mall restaurant.

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