Davenport Chuck E. Cheese Gets Liquor License
In case you didn't know, Chuck E. Cheese serves alcohol. While it's not normally publicized, they do have adult beverages. During a city council meeting on Wednesday, Davenport aldermen voted to grant a liquor license to the Davenport Chuck E. Cheese location months after a woman was killed there.
On Wednesday during a weekly city council meeting, Davenport aldermen voted to grant Chuck E. Cheese on Kimberly Road a new liquor license.
According to the Quad-City Times, earlier this month Davenport city council tried to block a new application for the restaurant due to a woman being killed there back in October of 2020. After the council learned the request for a license was due to a change in ownership, the city council approved a beer and wine liquor license for Chuck E. Cheese.
A district manager for Chuck E. Cheese said that the business sells alcoholic beverages but doesn’t advertise it reports the Quad-City Times. There also is a two-drink limit.
On October 25, 2020, Davenport responded to a report of shots fired inside Chuck E. Cheese at 7:38 p.m. When officers arrived, they found an unresponsive female. Officials say the victim received medical attention at the scene, but the victim was transported to Genesis East where she was pronounced deceased.
Treshonda Pollion, 24-years-old at the time, of Davenport, was arrested and charged with 1st Degree Murder. 29-year-old Eloise Chairs of Davenport was shot by Pollion inside of the Chuck E. Cheese on October 25th.
The Quad-City Times reports that Pollion pleaded guilty to a charge of voluntary manslaughter in the death of Eloise Chairs. Pollion's sentencing is scheduled for July 9.