Cook County Circuit Court Judge Garritt Howard sentenced Na Yun Choi to pay a $400 fine and to two years probation for a misdemeanor battery charge, according to the Clerk of the Circuit Court. The charges were reduced from a .
Howard dismissed a felony aggravated sexual assault charge against . His actions took place Aug. 28.
Patch tried to get more information on why the felony charge was dropped. The Northfield-based law offices of defended Choi, but declined to comment on the outcome. A representative of the Cook County State's Attorney could not be reached as of press time.
Police arrested Choi in October 2011 after an officer noticed a car with steamed-up windows and its lights off in Wood Oaks Green Park. The officer allegedly found Choi inside, naked, with the 15-year-old boy. According to court documents, Choi was the boy’s Bible study teacher.