Orland Park Stabbing Suspect in Custody



Orland Park Stabbing Suspect in Custody (Orland Park, IL) — On August 27th, 2023, at approximately 1:50 p.m., Orland Park Police Officers responded to a call from an employee of LifeTime Fitness, 16333 Lagrange Road, who stated a patron had been stabbed in the parking lot of the facility. Upon arrival, the officers learned that the offender had fled from the scene. While aid was being rendered to the victim, officers spotted the offender’s vehicle northbound on LaGrange Rd. The offender, now identified as Peter Surdyk, was stopped and taken into custody.

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The victim was taken to a local hospital where she is in stable condition. Further investigation revealed that Surdyk and the victim have an on-again, off-again relationship for the past year. It was also learned that Surdyk followed the victim to LifeTime Fitness and waited for the victim to exit the building before the attack.

Investigators worked with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office who approved the following charges:

Attempted Murder (Class X Felony)
Aggravated Domestic Battery (Class 2 Felony)
Aggravated Battery with Great Bodily Harm (Class 3 Felony)
Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon (Class 3 Felony)
Aggravated Battery in a Public Place (Class 3 Felony)

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Peter F. Surdyk (Male/43 Years Old)
Chicago Ridge, IL

Surdyk will attend a bond hearing tomorrow morning.

Orland Park Stabbing Suspect in Custody

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