A man already convicted of urinating in the doorway of a downtown Naperville bar one morning last winter has been found guilty of doing the same thing a short time later on the floor of the city’s police station.
Roberto Ocampo, 23, of near-west suburban Elmwood Park, pleaded guilty Tuesday in DuPage County Circuit Court to a misdemeanor charge of criminal damage to property not exceeding $300. Court records indicated Associate Judge Thomas A. Else accepted Ocampo’s plea, placed him on a year of supervision and ordered him to pay unspecified fines and legal fees.
Naperville police were summoned just after 2 a.m. Feb. 23 to 16 W. Chicago Ave., the home of Club Mamalu, Features Bar & Grill and Frankie’s Blue Room. Sgt. Bill Davis said Ocampo was seen urinating in the front door of one of the bars, although he did not know which one.
Ocampo was arrested and taken to the police station, 1350 Aurora Ave., for fingerprinting, photographing and processing, Davis said in February. Ocampo soon after urinated on the floor of the holding cell into which he had been placed.
Davis added written police reports did not show whether Ocampo was physically unable to keep himself from urinating in either case, or if he did so out of spite.
Ocampo on April 23 pleaded guilty to violating a city of Naperville ordinance, for urinating in the bar doorway. A judge that day ordered him to perform 30 hours of public service work, spend six months on court supervision and pay fines and court costs.Tags: crime