SANTA CLARA (KPIX 5) — Safety at California’s Nice America was beefed up Sunday night, the night time after as many as one hundred teenagers acquired into fights and allegedly stole cell telephones on the amusement park’s haunted home attraction.
The disturbances occurred at Nice America’s Halloween Hang-out, the annual haunted home arrange on the park for the vacation.
Park patron Noe Bracamontes posted video of the struggle on Snapchat stay Saturday night. At first, two women might be seen throwing punches. Then a zapping sound is heard.
Bracamontes is fairly positive it was a Taser.
“We heard it and I used to be like, ‘Is that what I feel it’s?’ She simply began like, Tasing the woman. Virtually like stabbing her in a method,” stated Bracamontes. “It was chaotic. It was hectic.”
Saturday night time at Nice America’s Halloween Hang-out turned ugly after witnesses stated teams of younger youngsters crowded into the park and acquired right into a collection of fights for no obvious cause.
As one battle began between teenagers, different teenagers would swarm round to shoot video, which appeared to encourage extra fights.
“Like, ‘Oh, he checked out me bizarre.’ Or ‘She’s taking a look at me bizarre,’” defined Bracamontes. “Someone bumps into someone. There’s lots of people there. Some may take it as disrespectful.”
Santa Clara police stated as many as one hundred younger individuals have been concerned within the fights. Some clients sustained minor accidents. Others reported their cell telephones have been stolen.
Santa Clara police report they made two arrests. One juvenile was taken into custody for theft, whereas one other individual was arrested for public intoxication.
A spokesman for Nice America reported there was an incident that required police to be referred to as and insisted the park didn’t evacuate or shut early.
Nevertheless, one worker informed KPIX 5 off digital camera that when Santa Clara cops arrived, they began ushering clients and a few staff out of the park simply after midnight, an hour earlier than the parks scheduled 1 a.m. closing time Saturday night.
Sunday night time, Santa Clara police stepped up patrols within the space. However on Saturday, Bracamontes stated the safety guards have been critically outnumbered, so those he noticed did little to intercede.
“They didn’t actually do something. I’m fairly positive they have been overwhelmed,” stated Bracamontes.