No bail for domestic batterer who stormed home where his ex-girlfriend was: prosecutor
( WBBM NEWSRADIO) — A 24-year-old Chicago man on probation for domestic battery allegedly invaded a Naperville home where his ex-girlfriend was at and threw landscaping bricks through windows and fought with occupants, prosecutors said.
Police responded early Saturday to a call of a break-in at Smokey Court and found several men holding down Adam Stone outside a home. Stone had gone to the residence, where his ex-girlfriend was visiting, and entered after breaking a basement window, authorities said.
Once inside, Stone allegedly fought with occupants and was ejected. But things did not end there, according to the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office. Stone threw a landscape brick through the front window of the home and also threw bricks through the windows of two parked vehicles, officials said.
Stone was charged with one count of home invasion causing injury, a Class X felony, and three counts of felony criminal damage to property.
Over the weekend, a DuPage County judge denied bail for Stone, who was on probation after pleading guilty to aggravated domestic battery in Cook County, officials said.
“Naperville residents have an expectation and a right to feel safe and secure in their community, and that is especially true within their homes,” Naperville Police Chief Jason Arres said in a news release. “The fact that this crime was allegedly committed by an individual out on probation makes this breach of safety that much more concerning.”