STOCKTON (CBS Sacramento) — Police say two Stockton malls were locked down Thursday evening after a large disturbance involving more than 150 juveniles.

The disturbance started around 5:30 p.m. at the Weberstown Mall on Pacific Ave., where police say they helped mall security get approximately 150-200 juveniles into the parking lot. They say several fights broke out in the parking lot. The mall was locked down during the incident.

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Police said one person was taken to an area hospital for unknown injuries.

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It appeared that people who were already shopping at the Weberstown Mall were allowed to stay during the lockdown but the police did not allow new shoppers into the mall.

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