N. Aurora man charged with punching Delnor nurse

Felony charge lands homeless man in jail on $1,000 full cash bond

GENEVA – A North Aurora man was charged with felony aggravated battery of a nurse at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital, according to police reports.

According to police reports, Hayden J. Hogan, 26, of the last known address of the 600 block of Stewart Avenue, North Aurora, was at Delnor, 300 S. Randall Road, Geneva at 6 a.m. Nov. 19 for treatment.

Hogan had been admitted to the hospital and a nurse was attempting to draw blood when he allegedly became combative and began to pull out his intravenous tube and stand up, the report stated.

Hospital staff, including another nurse, came to assist and restrain Hogan, who then struck one of the nurses in the chest with his left fist, the report stated.

Hogan is being held in the Kane County jail on $1,000 full cash bond, requiring $1,000 to be posted for his release, records show.

Aggravated assault of a nurse is a Class 3 felony punishable by two to five years in prison and fines up to $25,000, if convicted.

Hogan is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 4 for a status hearing, according to court records.

Hogan also has misdemeanor criminal trespass charges pending from an incident in Batavia Sept. 8.