SYCAMORE – A Sycamore man accused of hitting and choking a woman and a teen in a February incident was released from jail Monday on his signature.
Franklin T. Dorneden, 36, of the 300 block of West Exchange Street, Sycamore, is charged with aggravated domestic battery and domestic battery.
He was arrested Saturday by DeKalb County Sheriff’s deputies on a warrant issued in
connection with the Feb. 17
incident, according to court records.
The most serious charge, aggravated domestic battery, is punishable by probation or 1 to
3 years in prison.
Sycamore Police Cmdr Steve Cook said Monday that Dorneden is accused of attacking a 36-year-old Sycamore woman and a 17-year-old Sycamore boy.
Police said in court records that Dorneden hit the 17-year-old in the face and put him in a chokehold, restricting his airway. Dorneden also grabbed the 36-year-old woman by the throat, according to court records.
Cook said police reports show alcohol was a factor in the February incident.
Dorneden was ordered to have no contact with the alleged victims as a condition of
his bond. He is due back in court at 1:30 p.m. June 20.