Will County jail inmate damaged sprinkler system: records

Joliet man faces multiple charges over other incidents in jail

A Will County jail inmate already facing multiple charges over incidents at the facility has been charged with damaging the sprinkler system.

Terrence Williams, 25, of Joliet, was charged with felony criminal damage to property in connection with the incident, which occurred on Nov. 16, court records show.

Williams has been in jail since June 1 and since then he's been charged with public indecency, disorderly conduct, battery, aggravated battery, criminal damage to property and aggravated battery to a correctional officer.

When Williams was first taken to jail, his bond was set at $90,000 but since then it has been increased to $637,500, according to the county jail log. He will need to post $63,500 for his release from jail.

He was arrested June 1 after he was found hiding behind a dumpster at Motel 6, 1850 McDonough St., with a stolen, loaded firearm nearby, Joliet police said. He was charged with possession of a stolen firearm, possession of weapon by a felon and criminal trespass to a residence.

Williams has been charged with exposing himself on Sept. 14 while in the day room at the jail and then touching himself.

Williams damaged a window June 27 at the jail, according to a criminal complaint.

Williams was charged with throwing a container "with unknown fluids from his cell toilet" that hit a guard in the face July 4 and throwing "a container with yellow liquid" that hit another guard in the face July 26.

Williams was charged with exposing himself and urinating on the floor July 9 and throwing urine on a man July 28.