Naked Darien Man Continues Streak of Police Run-Ins
Scott D. Svencner, 50, of Darien, was charged Dec. 8 with disorderly conduct. Police said he was walking around his open garage naked at 3:15 p.m. He was charged in a similar incident in 2010.
For a man who apparently enjoys being naked, a move from his lawn into his open garage didn't cut it with police.
A man charged with disorderly conduct for being naked in his open garage this month has been caught before, when he pleaded guilty to smoking outside his Darien home in the nude.
Scott D. Svencner, 50, of the 1000 block of 79th Street, was charged Dec. 8 with disorderly conduct. Police said he was walking around his open garage naked at 3:15 p.m.
He pleaded guilty to two similar charges in November 2010, when police said neighbors complained about seeing Svecner smoking outside in the nude twice in September 2010.
According to a previous article, Svecner pleaded guilty to resisting arrest during the first smoke break, which happened Sept. 9. He also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and breach of the peace related to a neighbor's Sept. 12 complaint about his unusual habit, reports said.
Svencner was sentenced in DuPage County Circuit Court to one year of probation, a $100 fine and 100 hours of public service. Judge William Ferguson also ordered him to undergo counseling, according to the report.
But he was back at it again this month, police said, and he now faces a Dec. 27 court date.
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