From the McHenry Police Department:
BATTERY / DISORDERLY CONDUCT ARREST HOME DEPOT – McHENRY
John Birk, Chief of Police of the McHenry Police Department, announced today the arrest of an adult female in connection with a disturbance at McHenry’s Home Depot.
TERI A. HILL, age 54, of 2621 Wall Street, McHenry, Illinois, was taken into custody on scene without incident.
On July 3rd, 2020 at approximately 4:58 PM officers of the McHenry Police Department responded to the Home Depot store, 2461 N. Richmond Rd., for a reported disturbance between two customers.
Officers conducted an investigation and learned the two female customers had a disagreement about facial coverings.
The disagreement then turned into a physical altercation.
Minor injuries were reported on scene with neither customer requesting medical care.
After collecting independent witness statements and video footage, officers determined there was probable cause to criminally charge HILL with the following:
1 Count of BATTERY (Class A Misdemeanor)
1 Count of DISORDERLY CONDUCT (Class C Misdemeanor)
Hill was released on personal recognizance bond with a court date of August 19th, 2020 at 8:30 AM.
Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to contact the Criminal Investigation Division of the McHenry Police Department at 815-363-2599. Those wishing to pass along anonymous information are encouraged to call the McHenry Police Tip Line at 815-363-2124. All
calls made to the tip line are anonymous as Caller ID is not used.
Everyone charged with a penal offense has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he/she has had all the guarantees necessary for his/her defense.