Following an earlier ‘shots fired’ call at Opry Mills Mall in Nashville, Tennessee, law enforcement has responded, and the situation is under investigation. As of the latest update, no evidence of shots fired has been found.
Reports of Shots Fired at Opry Mills Mall in Nashville
In a clarification update on the incident at Opry Mills in Nashville, it has been confirmed that a loud noise caused by a teen fight at the Haagen-Dazs store led to mistaken reports of gunfire. The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department has confirmed that there is no evidence of gunfire, and the mall has reopened.
Unconfirmed Shots Prompt Lockdown at Opry Mills Mall, Nashville
The community is urged to stay informed on accurate information and follow official announcements. Instances like these emphasize the importance of thorough investigations and clear communication during emergency situations. Mall patrons can now resume their normal activities, with no impact reported on the movie theater.
A teen fight at the Haagen-Dazs store in Opry Mills caused metal chairs to hit a tile floor, causing persons to mistake the noise for gunfire. MNPD called. Mall has been cleared of patrons. No evidence of gunfire whatsoever. Mall has reopened. No impact to movie theater.
— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) December 28, 2023