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Chuck E. Cheese Employee Accused of Stabbing Customer

October 20th, 2012 at 3:40 pm

An argument about a salad plate escalated into an alleged stabbing and an arrest. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that last month, 19 year old Chuck E. Cheese employee Shardonnae Pruitt was charged with simple assault and battery after stabbing a patron with a box cutter.

The incident occurred at the restaurant/arcade chain, Chuck E. Cheese’s Kedzie Ave.location. According to the report, a 40 year old male customer became very irate when Pruitt took his salad plate away from him. The man threw his eating utensils on the floor and demanded to see the manager. He told the manager he wanted to file a formal complaint. When the manager stepped away, eyewitnesses told police that Pruitt threatened the man and then pulled a box cutter and used it to stab the 25 year old woman that was with the man. The woman was treated at and released from a local hospital.

Pruitt was held by security until police arrived and arrested her. She has been charged with simple assault and battery. There has been no statement released by Chuck E. Cheese corporate about the incident. The Huffington Post is reporting that another crime took place at the chain’s Pittsburgh location. In that incident, a child’s birthday party was interrupted by violence when a woman was upset that her ex had invited his new girlfriend to the party. The woman then attacked multiple other women with a brick and a knife.

Minor disputes can escalate into serious charges. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to defend yourself against criminal charges, make sure you hire a qualified criminal defense lawyer represent you. Contact an experienced Rolling Meadows attorney today.

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Written by Staff Writer

October 20th, 2012 at 3:40 pm

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