Robert Davison, a Wheaton man charged with criminal damage to government property after throwing a , was sentenced to one year in prison, the Daily Herald reported Tuesday.
Davison, 32, was arrested Monday, July 16, after throwing a brick through a department window around 6:45 a.m. a day earlier.
He pleaded guilty in DuPage County court Friday, according to the Herald.
On her way to work Sunday morning, a department employee saw a man in a dark striped shirt walk toward the department lobby area, police said. He then made a throwing motion and ran north, through the Commerce Park business complex parking lot across the street from the department.
Officials found glass and two halves of a brick on the floor inside the lobby around 6:46 a.m., police said.
Witnesses told police the man got on a bike and rode east on Manchester Road toward the bridge. Police found Davison at a vacant house in the 100 block of Bridge Street, where a pile of bricks matching the one thrown through the department window sat outside, police said.
The damage to police department property was an "intentional act," police said.