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Naperville cops say man urinated in public twice

<p>Roberto Ocampo, 23, of Elmwood Park, faces trial in DuPage County Circuit Court, for allegedly urinating in the doorway of a downtown Naperville bar and then urinating a short time later on the floor of a holding cell at the Naperville police station. | Courtesy of Naperville Police Department</p>

Roberto Ocampo, 23, of Elmwood Park, faces trial in DuPage County Circuit Court, for allegedly urinating in the doorway of a downtown Naperville bar and then urinating a short time later on the floor of a holding cell at the Naperville police station. | Courtesy of Naperville Police Department

A 23-year-old man found himself in trouble with Naperville police twice in very short order, following an apparent night on the town last weekend in the city’s downtown.

Written police reports showed patrol officers were sent about 2:01 a.m. Feb. 23 to 16 W. Chicago Ave. Three popular bars — Club Mamalu, Features Bar & Grill and Frankie’s Blue Room — operate there under one roof.

Police Sgt. Bill Davis confirmed Roberto Ocampo, of near-west suburban Elmwood Park, was allegedly observed urinating in the front door of one of the bars. Davis said he did not know which of the doorways Ocampo allegedly chose.

Ocampo was then taken to the police station, at 1350 Aurora Ave., for processing. Davis said Ocampo then proceeded to urinate on the floor of the holding cell into which he had just been placed.

Police records did not indicate whether Ocampo was physically unable to keep himself from urinating in either case, or if he did so out of anger or spite. Davis said the reports provided no information along those lines.

Ocampo was issued a city of Naperville ticket for urinating or defecating in public in the first incident, and charged with misdemeanor criminal damage to property in the one at the police station, according to records on file in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton.

An examination of court documents revealed Ocampo has no criminal record in DuPage, Kane and Will counties. His arraignment dates are pending.

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