Woman Sentenced for Urinating Outside Bar, Kicking Naperville Police Officer

Willette T. Duncan, 27, entered a guilty plea to a charge of aggravated battery of a police officer, according to the Daily Herald.

A 27-year-old Chicago woman has been admitted into the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office program for nonviolent first-time offenders during a sentencing Monday after prosecutors said she kicked a Naperville police officer on New Year’s Day, according to the Daily Herald. 

Willette T. Duncan, 27, entered a guilty plea to a charge of aggravated battery of a police officer and must now serve 20 days in the DuPage Sheriff’s Work Alternative program, write an apology letter, abstain from alcohol, complete 50 hours of community service, attend anger management classes and get a job, according to the article.

The Chicago Tribune reports Duncan, who was intoxicated, was denied access to a downtown Naperville bar by security staff and was arrested when police said they saw her urinate near the entrance during the early morning hours of New Year's Day. She “backhanded” an officer and later kicked the officer.

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Verbal Sniper April 15, 2014 at 05:35 PM
Keith Dickerson April 16, 2014 at 08:32 AM
Funny how she got 20 days in jail and all the other things on top of it but when I was attacked in Naperville the Naperville cop didn't even show for the trial and it was then thrown out. Amazing when they are assaulted they make sure it goes through but when someone else is, they don't bother to show up for trial.
Stephen Borkamer April 16, 2014 at 09:53 AM
^ because there is more money to be made for the city out on the street rather than care about your assault case.


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