Yorkville man found naked, engaging in sex act in Montgomery business

Burglar alarm alerted business owner, police to business break-in

MONTGOMERY – A 33-year-old Yorkville man was charged with criminal trespass after a business owner, responding to a burglar alarm, found him naked and masturbating in the office, according to Kane County Sheriff’s reports.

Sheriff’s deputies and Montgomery police went to Omega Utility Solutions, 57 Base Line Road, Montgomery, at 1:24 a.m. Jan. 6 in response to a burglar alarm, the report stated.

The business owner told deputies and police that he responded also to the burglar alarm, went inside the business, and found Gustavo H. Maravilla Jr. naked and masturbating inside the office, the report stated.

The business owner confronted Maravilla, who told him he was sorry and tried to flee. The owner tried to restrain him, the report stated.

“A short wrestling match ensued, resulting in minor injuries to Maravilla Jr.’s face,” the report stated. “Maravilla Jr. was able to escape and flee from the scene just prior to (Kane County Sheriff’s Office) deputies arrival.”

The business owner was not injured; he stated nothing was broken or taken, but he wanted to pursue charges for criminal trespass, the report stated.

The business owner told deputies he believed one of the doors was unlocked and that was how Maravilla got in, the report stated

After viewing surveillance video of Maravilla, a Montgomery police officer “positively recognized the subject from the footage as Gustavo Maravilla Jr. from prior contacts,” the report stated.

Police went to Maravilla’s home in the 2700 block of Goldenrod Drive, Yorkville, and took him into custody, the report stated.

Maravilla admitted to police that he went into Omega Utility Solutions; police told the business owner to make sure the doors are locked to avoid future incidents, the report stated.

Maravilla was released on a personal recognizance bond. The terms of his bond require that he have no entry at 57 Base Line Road, court records show.

Criminal trespass is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to 180 days in jail and/or a fine of up to $1,500, if convicted.

Also according to Kane County court records, Maravilla has a felony charge pending for possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor criminal trespass from Sept. 13, 2020. He is to appear in court Jan. 20 on both charges.

Court records also show Maravilla was charged with four counts of misdemeanor domestic battery on April 30, 2017.

He received a fine and deferred prosecution, was ordered to stay on medication, attend an anger management program, not to use drugs or alcohol, to attend counseling and have no abusive contact with the victims; the case was closed Dec. 12, 2020, court records show.