A Naperville father recently released from jail after firing a raw egg at a domestic relations judge has been indicted on charges of damaging property in the judge's courtroom.
A DuPage County grand jury indicted Agim Demiri on three felony charges of criminal damage to government property and criminal damage to property.
He spent a week in DuPage County Jail in Wheaton for contempt of court beginning March 24, after launching an egg at Judge Timothy J. McJoynt. The incident occurred during a hearing on Demiri's failure to make court-ordered child support payments as part of his divorce.
The egg missed McJoynt and splattered against a state of Illinois emblem on the wall behind the judge's dais. Another egg was found in the courtroom near the place where Demiri had been sitting.
No one was injured in the incident. McJoynt declined to file battery charges against Demiri.
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