Oak Lawn police responded to a call alleging a battery had occurred at McDonald’s located at 105th and Cicero Avenue.
The victim told the police that she was in the drive thru at the McDonald’s location throwing garbage into the trash can. The victim alleged that a woman, Kimberly Wilson, began yelling at her because Wilson believed the victim was taking too long.
The victim claimed that Wilson threatened to “kill her” and told her to get out of town. According to the victim, Wilson reached into the car in an attempt to grab the victim. When the victim got out of the car to tell Wilson to leave, she was allegedly kicked and Wilson grabbed her arm.
The victim told police she took a swing at Wilson hitting her before the skirmish was broken up by an unknown female.
According to the victim, Wilson then left the McDonald’s and drove northbound on Cicero Avenue. The victim decided to call 9-1-1 and follow Wilson in her own car.
The dispatcher told the victim she should stop following Wilson since she had provided the license plate. According to the victim, she then pulled into the parking lot by Corner Bakery at 95th and Cicero. Wilson allegedly made a u-turn and also ended up in the same lot.
The victim claims that Wilson made “racial remarks” and told her she was going to die. The victim then decided to leave and went to the nearby Andy’s Custard to await the police.
The police visited Wilson’s residence, in Oak Lawn, and she had a slightly different take on the events. According to the police, Wilson claimed that she “politely” told the victim that she was taking too long throwing out the trash and asked her to move.
Wilson said it was the victim who began giving her attitude and who exited her vehicle and grabbed Wilson by the hair. Wilson reportedly told the officer that the victim did not punch her as stated in the victim’s statement to police officers.
When the officer asked Wilson if she had been drinking, Wilson’s boyfriend appeared and informed the officer he was an attorney and that she had just started drinking with him at home. The attorney also told the officer that Wilson would not answer any other questions.
The victim identified Wilson as the same person and the police arrested Wilson for battery and disorderly conduct. Wilson a 51 year old white female has a court date of June 4th in the Bridgeview Courthhouse.