A Chicago man has been charged in connection with a fight where two people were chased by a Pontiac Grand Prix at an Evergreen Park home.
Terrell C. Price, 25, of the 700 block of West 61st Place, was charged with two counts of criminal damage to property, one count of trespassing in a vehicle and one count of reckless driving, Evergreen Park police said.
Police responded to two incidents over two days, including a shooting where no one was hurt, at a home in the 2800 block of West 102nd Street.
Price was charged in connection with a fight at the home on Nov. 30, police said. During that incident, two people were chased by a Pontiac Grand Prix around the house. The offender then got into a Ford Taurus and rammed a Chevy Astro van parked in the driveway, before driving away in the Pontiac and avoiding police. Officers were able to obtain information about the driver and the car.
On Dec. 1, cops responded to a report of shots fired at the same home in the 2800 block of West 102nd Street.
No one was injured, police said. A picture window had been shot six times.
The alleged gunman was seen getting into a white Toyota driven by someone else that fled eastbound, police said. One witness told police that the offender was the same person involved in the fight the previous day.
Police located the suspect in Chicago and took him into custody.
Victims in the Nov. 30 incident pressed misdemeanor charges against Price on Dec. 4, police said. The Cook County States Attorney’s office declined to pursue any felony charges in the Dec. 1 shooting.Anyone with new information about the incidents can contact the Evergreen Park Police Department at 708-422-2142.