Police: Roosevelt Field suspect Aaron Darby, 19, released on appearance ticket

They say while store security was trying to stop him, a display case was knocked over and caused a loud bang.

They say while store security was trying to stop him, a display case was knocked over and caused a loud bang. (12/25/13)

GARDEN CITY - Nassau police confirm the man arrested in the Roosevelt Field mall chaos Tuesday was released on an appearance ticket.

Police say 19-year-old Aaron Darby, of West Hempstead, tried to walk out of Macy's Tuesday without paying for merchandise.

They say while store security was trying to stop him, a display case was knocked over and caused a loud bang.

Shoppers ran from the mall thinking the noise was gunshots.

There was never a shooter in the mall.

Darby is accused of petty larceny.
 

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