Holiday shopping season kicks off with fights Ronnie Sharp, 61, was allegedly threatening Christopher Jackson, 35, with a rifle and a knife when sheriff's deputies arrived on the scene, according to the police. Jackson was suffering from a severe knife cut on his arm.

Police in Rialto, Calif., said an officer suffered a broken hand and a finger trying to break up a fight in a WalMart parking lot. Raymond Rice, 25, was charged with felony assault and assault on a police officer A female relative of Rice, Chennel Smith, was also arrested when she joined the fight after police tried to restrain Rice. Police say that when they tried to escort Ramos out of the store, he spun around and grabbed one of the officers by his uniform Golden Goose Sneakers using both hands, prompting police to put him in handcuffs and arrest him as well.

Ramos was being held on charges of disorderly conduct, aggravated assault and resisting arrest. Hickman was issued a summons and released. Friday at the Franklin Mills Mall ended with one woman using a stun gun Golden Goose Sneakers Sale device on another, according to eyewitness Mike Napolitano, who captured part of the melee on video.

The fight centered around Golden Goose Sale two female shoppers, mall general manager John Ahle said in a statement. Philadelphia police are investigating, Lt. John Stanford said. operations, said Friday that the nation's largest retailer attracted more than 22 million shoppers on Thursday and that problems were down from previous years. He said a new policy that guaranteed shoppers who showed up in the first hour that they would be able to get the 21 hottest sales items had calmed things down compared to previous years.


"By and large there were a few small incidents but we were really really pleased with how the event went last night," he said on CNN's New Day. Related: Protesting WalMart workers win a round in labor fight He told CNNMoney that he did not know the details of any fights that did occur. "Any time you get more than 22 million people together, you get some behavior people aren't proud of," he said.