Police say ‘no information’ suggesting Valley View Cinemark fight was planned

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VALLEY VIEW - Some new information was released Saturday about the fights that broke out at Valley View Cinemark Friday night.

In a news release from Valley View Police Chief Matthew March, he said three juveniles were detained while waiting for their parents to show up. They are described as two girls, ages 13 and 15 and a 15-year-old boy.

According to police, the Village prosecutor will decide if charges will be filed against those juveniles or any others involved in the incident.

Witnesses said they were watching 'The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death' when the fight broke out inside their theatre.

The fight expanded into the theatre lobby and included about 200-300 juveniles, according to Valley View Police Chief Matthew March.

After the fight began in the lobby, Chief March said some juveniles tried climbing over the food service counter before they were asked to leave.

No one was injured.

FOX 8 I-Team reporter Peggy Gallek first broke the news of the fight.

Officers and K9s from many departments responded to the scene to aide in breaking up the juveniles.

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