$400K bond for man charged with robbing west suburban Domino’s

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James Himpler | DuPage County sheriff’s office

A 48-year-old man charged with the armed robbery of a west suburban pizza restaurant early Sunday was ordered held on a $400,000 bond.

About 12:30 a.m. Sunday, James Himpler walked into the Domino’s Pizza at 5531 Belmont Rd. in unincorporated Downers Grove, told a clerk he had a weapon and took $127, according to DuPage County sheriff’s police and prosecutors.

At 4:15 a.m., he went to the Shell station at 210 Ogden Ave. in Hinsdale and demanded cash while implying he had a weapon, but left without any money, the DuPage County state’s attorneys office said.

Witnesses called police, who arrested Himpler after a brief car chase that ended in Burr Ridge, authorities said.

Himpler, of the 4800 block of Oakwood Avenue in Downers Grove, faces felony charges of aggravated robbery, attempted robbery and eluding a police officer, prosecutors said.

A judge on Monday ordered Himpler held on a $400,000 bond. He is due back in court in Wheaton on April 27.

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