I know I've already blogged this, but...
"Chuck E. Cheese's is in the national spotlight again because of violence at the kid-friendly haven," but Chuck E. Cheese in Flint Township is more peaceful place after banning booze eliminated fights.
In the 11 months since Chuck E. Cheese's in Flint Township put away the beer, township cops have only been called back to restaurant about a dozen times -- mainly for complaints about stolen purses and vandalism in the parking lot. "Nothing major," said township Police Chief George Sippert. "No fights."The decrease in violence is being credited to the prohibition of alcohol shortly after the January 2008 brawl at Chucky's place. So far I have kept my promise "to find another pizzeria to take my adolescents where I can celebrate their birthdays like I always have. A shot of whiskey with the boyz while waiting for the ho to come take my order."
SIDE NOTE: The gang responsible for adorning the Flint restaurant with graffiti gang symbols is still at large.