A man was arrested after police say he fired his shotgun during an argument with an Amazon delivery driver, who was reportedly driving too fast near the man’s Union home.
Jason Cambora, 41, of the 16700 block of Kunde Road in unincorporated Union, was charged with aggravated assault and possession of an expired Firearm Owner’s Identification (FOID) card.
The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office responded around 2:30 p.m. on June 28 to the area of Cambora’s residence for a report of shots fired.
Deputies learned Cambora and a delivery driver were in an argument regarding the driver’s speed while on the property, according to McHenry County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Kevin Byrnes.
During the incident, Cambora allegedly fired one round from his 12 gauge shotgun, placing the delivery driver in “reasonable apprehension of receiving a battery,” a criminal complaint said.
According to police radio traffic, the delivery driver works for Amazon and was dropping a package off at Cambora’s home.
Cambora reportedly shot at the driver because he was speeding in the area.
Deputies learned Cambora’s FOID card was expired.
Deputies arrested him without incident and took his shotgun for evidence, Byrnes said.
McHenry County Judge Tiffany Davis set Cambora’s bond at $10,000.
He posted bail and was released on June 29, court records show.
Cambora is scheduled to appear in court on July 20 for a preliminary hearing.