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Chicago man broke woman's ankle in Normal; charged with aggravated battery

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UPDATE: Joshway C. Boens, 41, of Chicago, was sentenced to 143 days in jail and 30 months on probation. He pleaded guilty to one count of domestic battery.

BLOOMINGTON — A Chicago man is in McLean County custody on battery charges stemming from 2020.

Joshway C. Boens, 41, is charged with aggravated domestic battery, a Class 2 felony, and domestic battery as a subsequent offense, a Class 4 felony.

Joshway C. Boens

Joshway C. Boens, 41, of Chicago, was sentenced to 143 days in jail and 30 months on probation. He pleaded guilty to one count of domestic battery.

Court documents show Boens “grabbed, struck, kicked, and stomped,” a woman identified as a household or family member on April 3, 2020, in Normal.

Boens fractured the woman’s ankle by stomping on it, court documents said.

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A warrant for Boens’ arrest was issued in July 2020 with a bond set at $50,000, with 10% to apply. The warrant was returned Tuesday.

A judge reduced his bond Wednesday to $20,000 at 10%, meaning he would need to pay $2,035 to be released from jail.

Boens was ordered to have no contact with the victim, a second person who shares the last name of the named victim, and a Normal address.

An arraignment is scheduled for April 15.


Contact Kade Heather at 309-820-3256. Follow him on Twitter: @kadeheather

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