The Baltimore County councilor blames the Eastpoint Mall carnival on city residents

The Eastpoint Mall carnival in Dundalk is canceled for the remainder of the spring following an Easter incident where 26 young people were arrested during disturbance and later fights near the event.

In post on social media, the Eastpoint Mall wrote that “Jolly Shows Carnival for the rest of the scheduled days at Eastpoint Mall.” The carnival was scheduled to run 17 April – 5 May, according to the Jolly Shows Spring website the carnival.

The Mall offered no further explanation of the decision. Mall and carnival officers did not return calls for comments on Monday.

Carnival and tumor officials closed the Sunday carnival, which the police said, because the number of people at the event was “overwhelmed”.

As a crowd of about 1,000 people left, the police said, he was unhappy and the police received calls about teenagers entering the surrounding neighborhoods, acting at strike and fighting.

Police began receiving calls about 6 per hour, said Officer Shawn Vinson, spokesman for Baltimore County Police Department.

By the end of the episode, teenagers could see running out of the center with airborne police helicopters searching for anyone coming in the area.

A total of 26 people were arrested and charged as juveniles to disorderly conduct. Although there were no injuries, officials responded to significant resources, and at least 50 officers responded from the county police and county Transit Administration. The state agency also lent the county buses to transport people from the area.

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