A Somonauk woman was arrested Tuesday on a warrant for Unlawful Use of a Weapon that stemmed from an incident in which she allegedly threw a double-edged sword and pointed a pellet gun at individuals in Somonauk on Sept. 1.
According to the Somonauk Police Department, officers were called to a residence on Terrace Ct. on Sept. 1 to investigate a report of disorderly conduct.
Upon investigation, officers found that 50-year-old Kimberly Williams allegedly threw a double-edged sword at one individual and pointed a pellet gun at three others amid a dispute.
Police officials obtained an arrest warrant for Williams with bond set at $5,000 with 10% needed to apply.
Officers arrested Williams at her residence on Tuesday and transported her to the Sandwich Police Department for booking procedures.
Williams posted bond to be released; she was assigned an Oct. 11 court date at the DeKalb County Courthouse.
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