Two teenagers face multiple charges after allegedly staging a kidnapping prank for a YouTube video last week in the parking lot of a Georgia mall. The teenagers, year-old Christopher Kratzer and year-old Ava Coleman, were arrested and charged with reckless conduct and raising a false public alarm. Mr Kratzer was held without bond for violating the terms of his probation from a incident in which he threw blocks of wood at passing cars from the window of his vehicle, police said. Ms Coleman was released shortly after on bond. The vehicle reportedly belonged to her father, who told deputies he let her use the car that day for the prank.
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A Brooklyn mall has lifted its short-lived policy banning minors from entering the shopping center without a guardian, instituted after a large brawl involving hundreds of teens broke out on the day after Christmas. Kings Plaza Mall officials say teens are "now welcome without an escort," but emphasized that "fighting and other disturbing behavior will not be tolerated. The policy went into effect Friday, a day after the melee.
On Friday and Saturday nights, at an increasing number of malls across the country, teenagers are being forced to bring along the one person they'd most likely rather leave behind: a parent. Dozens of malls now have what they call a "parental escort policy," meaning teens under the age of 18 have to be with a parent or guardian who is 21 or over to enter. Most shopping centers have these restrictions only on weekend evenings, but some keep them in place seven days a week. The Mid Rivers Mall in St.