Man pleads guilty to helping alleged Mall of America shooter

One of the five suspects involved in a Mall of America shooting has pleaded guilty.

Delyanie Kwen-Shawn Arnold, 24, pleaded guilty to aiding an offender to avoid arrest. The charge is a felony that carries a potential for three years in prison and up to a $5,000 fine.

Arnold was charged along with two others, including his then-girlfriend, with aiding an offender in August. However, one of his co-defendants recently died.

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The two men who are said to have fired weapons were arrested in Chicago in August. The fight happened in and around the Nike store in the mall.

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Arnold’s sentencing is scheduled for June 5 at 11 a.m.