A Chicago woman was issued two village citations for battery following a scuffle at a children’s birthday party emporium, reports said.
Oak Lawn police answered a call of a woman arguing with customers at Chuck E. Cheese, 4031 W. 95th St. around 7:08 p.m. Oct. 18.
When police rolled up on the scene, those involved in the alleged argument were standing in front of the restaurant. According to the report, two women said that Sharina Junior, 30, pushed them both in the chest after they criticized her child’s behavior inside of Chuck E. Cheese.
Police interviewed both women separately, who stated that a scuffle ensued when Junior allegedly began swinging at the women with clenched fists.
Junior denied that anything happened, reports said. Police said there were no visible marks or injuries on those involved in the scuffle.
Officers said that “because clearly some type of incident had taken place,” Junior was issued two village citations for battery. She has a hearing on Nov. 20 at Oak Lawn Village Hall.
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