Three Arrested in Alleged Chicago Anti-Gay Hate Crime
Three St. Charles residents have been hit with felony charges for an alleged anti-gay hate crime that took place Jan. 6.
Christopher Miner, 30; Stephan Bolt, 31; and Susan Patton, 31, are each facing felony hate crime charges after they allegedly attacked two men and a woman outside a bar while yelling anti-gay slurs.
According to a statement by the St. Charles Police, police responded to a disturbance call at the 200 block of N. Lincoln at 1:45 a.m.
“After the bar closed, the victims were standing in the parking lot waiting for a cab when they were confronted by a female who threw a drink into the face of the 26 year old female victim,” the statement reads. “The victim and her two male companions walked away to avoid further confrontation.”
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