The incident began at about 1:15 a.m. Saturday when Webster showed up at the apartment building where ex-girlfriend Tara Pacheco, 36, lives—located at 820 N. Center St., Joliet—according to Jensen.
"They got into a verbal altercation, she asked him to leave and went to bed," Jensen said.
A little later, Pacheco heard pounding on her door and then glass breaking as Webster forced his way into the apartment, Jensen said.
Officers were called to the scene.
"The refrigerator door was open and a bottle of liquor that was purchased by her and the suspect was missing," Jensen said. "But, by the time we arrived, the suspect was gone."
Jensen said Joliet police received another call reporting another disturbance at 3:50 a.m. Saturday from one of Pacheco's downstairs neighbors.
"A tenant advised that they could hear somebody walking around in that apartment," Jensen said. "And they were under the impression the victim went somewhere else to stay. So, they called and we found the suspect in the alley."
Jensen said Webster was arrested—but didn't go quietly.
"When he was put into the squad car, he began to kick the doors and attempted to break out the glass window," Jensen said.
Webster was transported to a local hospital because of a minor injury to his thumb but remained uncooperative and had to be carried back to the police squad car before he was booked into the Will County Adult Detention Facility, Jensen said.