Police say a personal beef between two women around 11 p.m. Thanksgiving night turned into an all-out brawl.
Management said the mall closed at about 11:30 p.m. because of a recommendation from police.
As of midnight Friday morning, law enforcement officials have placed crime scene tape on a section of the parking lot.
No arrests were made.
This wasn't the only incident of Black Friday shopping violence.
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Multiple women can be seen in a tussle with a police officer, with others being pinned to the ground by store employees.
In other news of Black Friday violence, Missouri ABC affiliate KMIZ reports that a 19-year-old male was shot outside the Columbia Mall in Columbia, MO. Reports of gunfire quickly spread on social media, but authorities said reports of shots fired were not confirmed and no one was shot.
Another video showed a Black Friday fight at KMart, where a shopper attacked an employee, throwing the man to the down and reportedly shattering his hip.
About a dozen police officers rushed to stop a fight late Wednesday night at the mall's common area.
Steffany Means, a local Fox news producer, said in a Facebook post that a witness told her a shoe was thrown over a railing and ended up hitting a baby. News reports will likely emerge pointing to a shortage of humans going out into meatspace to try saving half a penny on a veggie spiralizer.