Charge: Man threw brick through Wheaton police station window
Robert M. Davison
A man has been charged with throwing a brick through the Wheaton police station lobby window Sunday morning. On Monday, the window remained boarded up.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
A man accused of throwing a brick through a window at the Wheaton police station appeared in DuPage County bond court Monday charged with criminal damage to state-supported property.
Robert M. Davison, 32, was arrested after the incident happened about 6:45 a.m. Sunday at the police department, 900 W. Liberty Drive, according to court records.
Prosecutors said Davison has a lengthy criminal history and previously was arrested after throwing rocks at the same police station. In court Monday, he told Judge Elizabeth Sexton, "Wow, this is kidnapping."
Sexton set bail at $15,000, meaning Davison would have to post $1,500 to be released from jail. Davison's listed address is the Wheaton office of an agency that provides services to the homeless.
According to court records, the brick caused more than $500 in damage to a lobby window. No one at the police department was available Monday to provide additional details.
Davison's next court date is July 26.
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