Nicholas J. Giannini has probably had better times than the one he reportedly had last weekend in Naperville.
First, the 23-year-old Lisle man allegedly drove while drunk. Then, he supposedly stopped to relieve himself on the exterior wall of a home on Naperville’s northeast side.
Then, he allegedly discovered he had locked himself out of his car. And, finally, he reportedly scuffled with the Naperville police officers who had been sent to investigate a complaint from a homeowner about someone making a nuisance of himself outside his house.
All of which led to Giannini being charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, criminal trespass to land/refusing to leave, public urination, interfering with a police officer and disorderly conduct/breach of peace, according to written police reports.
Police went about 1:26 a.m. April 19 to a house on the 1000 block of Stone Court, in the Yorkshire Manor neighborhood. Sgt. Bill Davis said that followed a 911 call concerning “an unwanted subject causing a disturbance in front of the caller’s residence.”
Upon their arrival on the scene, police found Giannini “coming from behind the caller’s house,” Davis said Friday via email.
“Further investigation revealed (Giannini) had relieved himself on the caller’s residence, and then found that he had locked himself out of his vehicle,” a black, 2010 Infiniti G7, Davis said.
“Giannini was found to be highly intoxicated, and was arrested for DUI,” Davis said. “While being placed under arrest, Giannini actively resisted arrest and tried to pull away from the officers, to prevent being placed into handcuffs.”
Davis’ email did not indicate where Giannini had been or where he was going at the time of the alleged incident.
An examination of court documents showed Giannini has no criminal record in DuPage, Kane and Will counties. He is free on bond and has an arraignment date pending in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton.