Two women cited for fighting over car door incident in Tinley Park
Tinley Park Police cite two women for Fighting in Public after Tutor Time DayCare incident that began when one woman opened her car door and hit the car of another, police said
Two women were cited for Fighting in Public after an altercation Nov. 17 in the parking lot at Tutor Time, 8007 W. 183rd St., Tinley Park.
Tinley Park Police said that Azia Taylor, 31, of Flossmoor, and Beatriz Luna-Delgado, 33, of Crete, were both leaving Tutor Time when one of the women hit the other’s car with her car door, which started a fight between them.
Police checked nearby video surveillance footage but were unable to determine who started the fight. Police are still seeking additional video and independent witnesses who may have seen the incident.
Because of this and the conflicting accounts both parties gave, police cited everyone involved for Fighting in Public, including Luna-Delgado’s husband, David O’Donnell, 35, of Hobart, Ind., who was observed attempting to separate the two combatants when officers arrived, the police said.
All parties have been given a hearing date at the Tinley Park Police Department, and both families were dismissed from the daycare, according to Tutor Time officials.
After the incident, officials from Tutor Time contacted the Tinley Park Police Department with concerns they saw on social media to cause destruction to and organize protests at their property.
As a result, police have dispatched extra patrols to the business.
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