If you have a complaint about the treatment and service you’ve received from a business, sometimes it’s a good idea to take that complaint to the BBB. But in spite of what Demetrius Patterson may have you believe, BBB does not stand for Bang! Bang! Bang!
Officers were called around 11:31 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 21 to a residence on the 2100 block of Russell Avenue North. The victim, a 45-year-old man, said he was delivering a pizza to the residence when the customer began arguing with him.
The customer, identified as Demetrius Patterson, of Chicago, IL, said the size of the pizza was too small and demanded the delivery guy give him both of the pizzas he had in his vehicle.
The victim told police he didn’t want to argue, so he began to leave.
The delivery guy brought the pizza back to his car, but as he was walking, he said Patterson came out of the home and started firing shots at him.
Fortunately he was able to escape unharmed and contact police. Those police were able to locate Patterson as well as some shell casings and a handgun at the scene.
Patterson was charged with second degree assault and at last report was in jail, where things being smaller than you expect isn’t necessarily so bad.