Charges have been dismissed in the case of a woman from Aurora who was accused of hurling raw eggs at two women last month during a quarrel outside a discount store on Naperville’s far west side.
DuPage County Circuit Court Judge Mary E. O’Connor on Wednesday threw out the disorderly conduct complaint that had been lodged against Sabrina Touchstone, after her two alleged victims, or “complaining witnesses,” failed to appear in court to testify in the case, court records showed.
Naperville police arrested the 41-year-old Touchstone about 3:45 p.m. Jan. 9, after being called to the parking lot of the Walmart store at 776 S. Route 59 on the city’s far west side.
Sgt. Steve Schindlbeck in January said Touchstone’s arrest followed a dispute between her and two other women as to who had the right of way in one of the lot’s aisles.
Touchstone soon after allegedly “threw two, 18-count containers of eggs” at the women, ages 53 and 20, and the vehicle in which they were traveling, Schindlbeck said. Some of the eggs shattered against the vehicle, and at least one hit one of the women, who was not hurt, Schindlbeck said.
Police in January did not know whether the other two women were related. It was also unclear as to whether Touchstone had bought the eggs at Walmart or somewhere else.
An examination of court documents indicated Touchstone has no criminal record in DuPage, Kane and Will counties.