Updated Oct. 25 at 2:35 p.m.
Wheaton police used a Taser on a half-naked man Wednesday night after he allegedly took "aggressive steps" toward them near the intersection of Briarcliffe Boulevard and 22nd Street, according to Wheaton Police Chief Mark Field.
Police responded to a report of a man without pants walking around an apartment complex at around 10:20 p.m., according to Wheaton Police. Upon investigation, officers found Christopher Shukin, of Glen Ellyn in the 1600 block of South Briarcliffe Boulevard.
Shukin tried to run, and when he clenched his fists and took aggressive steps toward the officers, they used the Taser on him, police said.
He fell to the ground and continued to resist arrest. Police then used the Taser again and he was taken into custody, according to Wheaton police.
He was charged with criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct—breach of peace, disorderly conduct—peeping Tom and resisting arrest. He was also charged with a violation of bail from an Oct. 21 arrest in Glen Ellyn.
Glen Ellyn Police Deputy Chief Bill Holmer confirmed Shukin was arrested at about 4 p.m. Oct. 21 in the 200 block of Regent Street. He was charged with criminal trespass to a residence and released on $1,000 bail.
He was released Wednesday night on cash bond, according to Wheaton Police.
Local Editor Charlotte Eriksen contributed to this report.