Trumbull Mall security increased after brawl

TRUMBULL - After a brawl that erupted at the Trumbull Mall, more security will be provided to help prevent any other incidents.

"I want our residents to know that we're on top of it and we're committed to working with the mall to create a good experience," says Trumbull First Selectman Timothy Herbst.

The move comes after dozens of teens were asked to leave the mall for being rowdy continued to show the behavior outside the mall. Two teens were arrested in the incident.

The first selectman says that more cameras and security are part of the plans for the mall's $35 million renovation set to be completed next fall.

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