COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — A judge told a suburban man to stay away from Wrigley Field after allegedly getting rowdy, mouthing off to ballpark security and scuffling with guards at Sunday's game.
"You can't go to Wrigley Field this summer," Cook County Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. told 20-year-od Daniel Krupa of Lemont.
Krupa was at Sunday's Cubs-Pirates game when Wrigley security began getting complaints about his rowdy behavior and foul mouth, according to a police report. Krupa appeared drunk and belligerent, the report said, and was carrying IDs that belonged to two people over age 21.
Krupa then poked a security guard, an off-duty Chicago Police officer, in the chest and refused to leave, saying "You can't tell me s---. I ain't leaving," the report said.
He then started flailing his arms and stiffening his body so the guards couldn't remove him from the stadium, Assistant State's Attorney Erin Antonietti said during a bond hearing Monday.
Krupa was charged with aggravated battery to a peace officer, criminal trespass to land, three counts of obstruction and two counts of theft, one for each ID.
Judge Bourgeois released Krupa on his own recognizance and set a special condition of bond banning Krupa from Wrigley Field.
The ban will be in effect until Krupa's case is resolved.
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