Naperville man accused of sex attack in his home
BY BILL BIRD email@example.com December 18, 2012 7:42PM
Uriel Cid, 24, of Naperville's far east side, remains in DuPage County Jail in Wheaton on $300,000 bail, for allegedly committing a sexual assault in his home. | Courtesy of DuPage County Sheriff's Office
Updated: January 20, 2013 6:25AM
A man from Naperville’s far east side remained Tuesday night in DuPage County Jail on $300,000 bail, after being accused of committing a sexual assault over the weekend in his home.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have placed a “no bond” hold on the man, Uriel Cid, 24. He faces trial on a felony charge of aggravated criminal sexual assault causing bodily harm and two counts of domestic battery, said Paul Darrah, spokesman for DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin.
Cid lives on the 100 block of Olesen Drive, in the Huntington Commons neighborhood southeast of the Naperville Country Club. He was arrested about 11 p.m. Friday in his home, after Naperville police apparently responded to an emergency telephone call from there.
Written police reports did not provide the age or gender of the alleged assault victim or indicate the nature of the relationship between the victim and Cid.
Cmdr. Brian Cunningham heads the police department’s investigations division. Cunningham, through a spokesman, said Tuesday police “will not be commenting on this investigation due to the sensitive nature of same.”
Records on file in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton indicated Cid’s only other brush with the law occurred in late April, when Illinois State Police curbed his vehicle and charged him with driving 26 to 30 mph over the posted speed limit, driving without a license and driving without insurance. He pleaded guilty in July to all three counts and was placed on court supervision and fined, court records showed.
It could not be learned Tuesday whether Cid is in the U.S. legally or illegally.
Aggravated criminal sexual assault causing bodily harm is a Class X felony. It carries a mandatory sentence of six to 30 years in prison upon conviction.
Darrah said Cid is scheduled to be arraigned Jan. 14 before Judge George J. Bakalis.