CHICAGO — A person is in custody after breaking three windows at Governor JB Pritzker’s Chicago residence, according to Illinois State Police.
Adam A. Dabash, 38, of Villa Park is charged with two felony counts of stalking and one felony count of criminal property damage. Dabash is being held at the Chicago Police Department’s 18th District lockup until his pretrial conditions have been set.
The incident happened around 9:40 a.m. Monday at the Governor’s home in the Gold Coast. Troopers on the Governor’s Executive Protection Unit responded to a disturbance at the residence and searched the area with Chicago police.
Police located and arrested the Dabash, who allegedly threw rocks at Pritzker’s home, breaking three windows.
Illinois State Police also identified Dabash as the same suspect who left letters at the Governor’s home twice in August.
The Governor and First Lady were home at the time but no one was injured.