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Man Threw Condoms Filled With Vomit: Cops



    Man Threw Condoms Filled With Vomit: Cops
    Wing Bowl 17 eater Frank "Frank De Fraud" Farrell of Washington Township N.J. vomits during the eating contest at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Friday, Jan. 30, 2009. John "Super Squibb" Squibb downed 203 chicken wings in the allotted time to win the 17th annual Wing Bowl eating contest, held every year the Friday before the Super Bowl. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    A downstate man is awaiting trial on charges of battery and disorderly conduct for allegedly hurling condoms filled with what was believed to be human vomit at a security officer on the campus of North Central College in Naperville.

    A call made on an acquaintance's wireless telephone led Naperville police to Tyler J. Wilfley, 19, of Downs, who was charged with the crimes.

    Sgt. Gregg Bell said police were sent about 1:53 a.m. May 28 to 311 E. Chicago Ave., where they met with a college security officer.

    The officer said he went to the area after receiving a phone call from a woman who identified herself as a student, Bell said. The woman asked the security officer for an escort to another part of campus.

    Bell said the officer arrived in his vehicle, which was then struck by at least one condom filled with an unidentified liquid, Bell said. The liquid had a "foul odor" about it and might have been vomit, he said.

    Police traced the phone call to a North Central student and, ultimately, the woman who had asked for an escort, Bell said. The woman told police Wilfley had persuaded her to make the call, and police ultimately identified him as the man who threw the condoms, Bell said.

    Records on file in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton indicated Naperville police in October ticketed Wilfley for illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. He later pleaded guilty to the charge, receiving court supervision and a fine, records showed.

    Wilfley is free on bail and awaiting arraignment.