Christmas Toy Giveaway In Detroit Turns Into Brutal Brawl – VIDEO

Not everyone in Detroit is feeling the Christmas spirit. A Christmas toy giveaway in Detroit turned into a brutal brawl with one woman threatening to stab another.

Per Breitbart News:

Police said they arrested a 39-year-old woman for allegedly threatening a 30-year-old woman at knifepoint while inside the building. The 30-year-old victim did not suffer any injuries.

Police say the suspect had been accompanied by her two children when the brawl took place.

WXYZ reports that the brawl took place at the Tower Center Mall on Detroit’s west side Saturday around 7 p.m. after a crowd gathered to attend a toy giveaway for inner-city children.

The toy giveaway was part of a program called Toys Making I.M.P.A.C.T.S, which allowedneedy families to join a registry that would enable them to get free toys for their children. Nearly 6,000 people had signed up for the program by the time the event began at 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Police were summoned to the area to “control the crowd.” John Cromer, the event organizer, said that stress was the key contributing factor to the brawl.

Crowder told WXYZ, “People are already under a lot of stress.”

“I want to tell you that has nothing to do with toys making impacts.”

Stress or not, no one wants to see a massive brawl happen at a Christmas toy giveaway.

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