NORFOLK, Va. — A man accused of being involved in a shooting at MacArthur Center was in court Friday morning.
Kevin Holloman was denied bond and given an additional charge of assault by mob.
In the hearing, prosecutors said that Holloman is in a gang called Cream 2K and the mall shooting happened after a confrontation with another gang.
Prosecutors described the incident as a "Wild West shootout."
Holloman also faces charges in other jurisdictions including Newport News, prosecutors said in court.
Three men are facing several felony charges, while a fourth person was charged with misdemeanor concealed weapons.
Police said a fight broke out inside the mall last week. It ended with two people getting shot.
Officers found a 16-year-old and 18-year-old suffering from non-life threatening gunshot wounds. Medics took the 16-year-old boy to CHKD and the 18-year-old to the Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. Both were treated and released.
All three will face a judge on April 4th for a preliminary hearing.