Campton Hills man pleads guilty in St. Charles altercation
ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – Stephan C. Bolt, one of the three people charged in connection with a physical altercation that St. Charles police consider a hate crime, pleaded guilty Wednesday to battery.
Bolt, 31, of Campton Hills, was sentenced to 12 months of probation for the Class A misdemeanor, 60 days of alcohol monitoring and $2,300 in fines and fees, plus a $720 fee for the alcohol monitoring device. He also must undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and have no contact with the victim.
Other charges against him, including mob action and hate crime, were dismissed.
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