Marcin Kotowicz, 47, of St Charles, (inset) was charged with battering multiple officers and an EMT after being arrested at True-Line Mold, 12205 Hansen Drive in Hebron, last Friday. | Background Photo: Google Street View

A truck driver, who police said was under the influence, was charged with battering a police chief, police officer and an EMT in Hebron, court records show.

Marcin Kotowicz, 47, of St Charles, was charged with three counts of aggravated battery of a peace officer or EMT, resisting arrest and driving under the influence.

Court records show officers with the Hebron Police Department stopped a red Freightliner semi-truck around 6:50 p.m. last Friday.

The incident happened at True-Line Mold, a manufacturing plant, at 12205 Hansen Drive in Hebron.

Officers determined the driver of the truck, Kotowicz, was driving under the influence, court records show.

Kotowicz kicked an officer in his chest and his left knee, causing injury, according to a criminal complaint.

Kotowicz also allegedly pushed, punched and kicked Hebron Acting Police Chief Ramtin Sabet, the complaint said.

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Officers eventually took Kotowicz, who was actively resisting arrest, into custody.

At some point during the incident, Kotowicz struck a Hebron-Alden-Greenwood Fire Protection District EMT in the chest and hand.

Kotowicz was transported to the McHenry County Jail where he attended a bond hearing.

McHenry County Judge Jeffrey Hirsch set bond at $10,000, court records show.

Kotowicz was released from the jail after posting $1,000 cash.

A hearing on a motion for rescinding summary suspension is scheduled for Monday.