Months later, it appears Boucher will have to face consequences, likely for the first time in his life.
According to the Chicago Sun Times:
“William Boucher, 24, faces four counts of aggravated battery in a public place and four counts of committing a hate crime, according to Cook County court and sheriff’s office records.”
He was released from police custody on Monday after he posted 10 percent of his $50,000 bail.
He will be back in court to answer for his charges on October 23rd.
Gerald, one of the men who was berated by Boucher and who helped to keep him in place while authorities drove to the Starbucks, says he hopes that Boucher will learn something from his actions.