Naperville men charged after shoving sheriff's deputy

Published: Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 4:26 p.m. CDT

Two Naperville men are being held without bail after shoving a Cook County Sheriff's deputy Thursday at the George Leighton Criminal Court Building in Chicago.

Isaac Booker, 37, and Isaac T. Booker, 19, were causing a disturbance in the elevator lobby when the deputy approached them and told the two men to keep quiet and to exit the building, according to Sophia Ansari, the spokesperson with the Cook County Sheriff's Office.

The older man, who is charged with felony aggravated battery to a peace officer, then spoke profanely and shoved the deputy against the wall, Ansari said. The deputy then attempted to place the older man in custody when the younger man grabbed her.

Both were taken into custody and the younger man was charged with resisting and obstructing a peace officer, according to Ansari.

Although the men were originally given a $250,000 bond, both are being held without bail due to a violation of bonds on a previous case, Ansari said.

The sheriff's deputy refused medical treatment.

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