Cops are on the prowl for an 18-year-old Blue Island man after they said he pulled a stun gun on a party-goer outside Chuck E. Cheese over the weekend.
The man is wanted for criminal damage and assault after he reportedly approached a 19-year-old Orland Park man who showed up Saturday at the suspect’s child's birthday party at the popular fun house, 16090 S. Harlem Ave. in Tinley Park.
The victim is dating the suspect's former girlfriend, who is the child's mother, according to the report.
The Blue Island man told the boyfriend that he shouldn't have come and demanded that he leave, the report said.
"(The offender) walked toward (the victim) in an aggressive nature with a Taser in his right hand and said he was going to blow up his vehicle and come to his house and kill him," the report said.
The victim later found that his 2002 Cadillac Escalade had been spray-painted and scratched. Gray paint was on the passenger and back sides of the truck and one of its taillights was busted, the report said. Witnesses said they saw the suspect hanging out near the vehicle earlier.
When police got to Chuck E. Cheese around 6:20 p.m., the child's father had already left. They called him and asked him to report to the police department, but he didn't. The victim signed complaints against the man.