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POLICE: 'Swearing Woman' Tussles With Off-Duty Cop at Chuck E. Cheese

Woman was told to stop swearing in front of young children, police say.


A Chicago woman faces multiple charges following a vestibule tussle with an off-duty cop at Chuck E. Cheese, reports said.

Oak Lawn Police responded to a call of a disturbance at Chuck E. Cheese at 4031 W. 95th St. around 5:33 p.m. March 15.

An off-duty police officer working as a security guard at the children’s entertainment emporium was manning the vestibule when he observed a woman later identified as Stephanie George, 25, of Chicago, allegedly start screaming obscenities in front of some young children.

When George was asked to leave the restaurant, she directed her obscenity tirade toward the off-duty cop, police said.

According to the report, the officer attempted to escort the woman off the premises when she broke away from the off-duty cops grasp.

Police said the George punched to the off-duty cop in the neck with her fist. She allegedly continued to ignore commands to place her hands behind her back so she could be handcuffed.

The officer eventually was able to take hold of George’s hands and place them in handcuffs, reports said.

George was taken to the Oak Lawn police station, where she was charged with battery, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. She had a court hearing on in Bridgeview on April 10.


Cori April 04, 2014 at 10:34 AM
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JC April 04, 2014 at 07:35 PM
I am white and I went into the ULTRA store at 87th and Kedzie and was treated with stares. The ULTRA store in Crestwood is diverse and there were no stares. I don't understand this. Blacks go into white stores and are treated with respect as they should be and both races are treated fairly in diverse areas. Isn't there a double standard? Could I go into a restaurant in South Shore tonight and have a few beers and leave unharmed? Race issues go both ways. Our country still has enormous race problems.
RALPH MALPH April 04, 2014 at 09:55 PM
Angelo . Neither . They both cause major problems in places they attend .
RALPH MALPH April 05, 2014 at 08:32 AM
Black people think racism only happens to black people , but in reality they are the most racist . Racism will always exist because black people cry racism with anything that does not go their way even if racism has nothing to do with it . They use it as a tool .

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