A Mount Prospect man has been sentenced to four years in prison for repeatedly punching a woman, causing her to bleed profusely and suffer a broken nose, in 2019 in McHenry County.
Andrew N. Schumann, 36, of the 1900 block of West Algonquin Road in Mount Prospect, was indicted on one count of aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, a Class 3 felony.
Court records show a jury found Schumann guilty of his charge following a two-day trial that ended in early May.
McHenry County Judge Robert Wilbrandt sentenced Schumann on Thursday to four years in prison.
Wilbrandt ordered Schumann to pay $1,115 in court costs in addition to his prison sentence.
The charge stems from an incident on August 10, 2019, where Schumann battered a woman in McHenry County, prosecutors said. It is unclear what town the incident occurred in.
Schumann punched the woman repeatedly in her face, causing her to bleed profusely and suffer a broken nose, prosecutors added.
Schumann will be required to serve his sentence in the Illinois Department of Corrections at 50%, meaning he will be released in two years, according to truth-in-sentencing guidelines.
Wilbrandt also recommended Schumann undergo a substance abuse program, according to a sentencing order.
Schumann’s attorney filed a motion for a new trial but that motion was denied.
The case was investigated by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office and prosecuted by Assistant State’s Attorneys Mary Ann Scholl and Brian Miller of the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.