$16K Bail Set For Batavia Teen Accused of Throwing Drinking Parties

19-year-old Andrew Pederson remains in the Kane County Jail following two incidents at the east-side home where he lives.

A Kane County judge on Monday set bail for a 19-year-old Batavia man following two police-reported underage drinking parties at his house.

Andrew P. Pederson is being held on $16,500 bail, according to county court records.

To apply for bond and be released, Hayes or someone else needs to pay 10 percent of the bail, or $1,650. A separate $46 bond fee must also be paid.

on Saturday and Sunday reported to Pederson's residence on the 800 block of Pottawatomie Trail for underage drinking parties.

Pederson faces five separate charges from the Sunday incident, including a felony charge for criminal damage to government-supported property. Pederson damaged a police vehicle door and a window while he was handcuffed inside the vehicle, police said.

The other four charges are misdemeanors and including escaping from a peace officer and illegal consumption of liquor as a minor.

After , 20 teens were issued drinking tickets. Pedersen received two charges for that party. Three additional teens got tickets at the .

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To read our previous story on Pederson, .


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