URBANA -- A Champaign man who allegedly broke into his estranged girlfriend's apartment and wouldn't let her leave has been criminally charged.
Judge John Kennedy set bond for Andtrice Vaughn, 40, who listed an address in the 300 block of East Church Street, at $150,000. Vaughn was charged Friday with residential burglary and aggravated unlawful restraint.
State's Attorney Julia Rietz said Vaughn and the victim had previously dated. About 11 p.m. Thursday, he broke in to her apartment in the 2400 block of High View Court in Champaign by shattering a balcony door.
Rietz said the woman was not home then, but returned home while Vaughn was there and found him in her kitchen. He threatened her with a knife and refused to let her leave, she said.
The woman was able to get away and call police, who found an uncooperative Vaughn.
He reportedly told the officers he wanted them to kill him. Police shot non-lethal ammunition at him to subdue him, Rietz said.
Vaughn is due back in court June 28.
If convicted of the residential burglary, Vaughn faces a mandatory four to 15 years in prison.