From the Chicago Tribune:
As the mayor of Romeoville was being booked on suspicion of driving under the influence, he told the local police chief, “I’m coming for you,” and told two other officers, “You’re done,” according to a police report released late Monday.
Mayor John Noak, who was cited for alleged DUI hours after delivering his State of the Village speech on April 12, made the statements after asking whether the area of the police station he was standing in was being recorded, the report states.
“Due to Noak’s tone of voice and his body language I took his statement to me as hostile and threatening,” one officer wrote in the report.
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