SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- More people were arrested and are facing charges in connection to the damage and looting that happened at Scottsdale Fashion Square last weekend. More than $46,000 worth of property was also recovered.
According to police, 19-year-old Sky Black and her 18-year-old boyfriend Shemar Cooper used a short-term rental house in Scottsdale as their meet-up place before the looting. The pair was arrested for burglary and trafficking stolen property. Police recovered stolen items from the shopping mall worth $11,000. There were three other teens at the rental, and they are all from Tucson. Investigators identified them as 18-year-old Christopher Raybon, 18-year-old Ewveromvon Usuman and 19-year-old Labrina Johnson. The trio was cited and released on trespassing charges.
Another teen, a 17-year-old boy, was arrested for burglary and more than $3,500 in stolen property was found with him, police said. He won't be identified since he's under 18.
Police said during the riot, 21-year-old Robby Galarza stole a $4,100 watch from Tiffany's jewelry store. He was just arrested for burglary and police found the watch. Investigators said 30-year-old Maurianna Griffin stole more than $28,000 worth of designer bags and sunglasses on Saturday night. She was recently arrested and is being charged with burglary.
Around 7:30 p.m., people gathered again at the state Capitol in downtown Phoenix expressing their grieve and anger like many across the country.
Ramon Taylor, a 29-year-old man the lives in the Valley, was arrested for stealing and trafficking stolen property and a weapons violation. Several items from Scottsdale Fashion Square stores were recovered. All the merchandise found is worth several thousand dollars.
A 29-year-old Scottsdale woman, identified as Amber Booher, was arrested for trespassing while Bryon Brandon, a 31-year-old man of the Valley, was also arrested for trespassing and unlawful assembly.
a 20-year-old Nathaniel Bailey of the Valley was arrested on four burglary charges, one criminal damage charge and one charge of misconduct involving weapons. Scottsdale police say Bailey was notable for damaging a Mercedes vehicle inside the mall. He shared what he did on social media platforms.
Malik Stewart and Isaih Delapaz, both age 24 and residents of the Valley, were both arrested together for trying to flee from officers. They were arrested for possession and trafficking of stolen property and various arrest warrants.
Scottsdale police said there are now 20 people arrested in connection to the rioting and looting in the city that weekend. Hundreds of people were protesting near the indoor mall when the violence broke out. Millions of dollars in repairs are needed at the mall.