The following are recent developments in notable DuPage County court cases:
Lisle—A Lombard man related to a March break-in and sex assault. Kevin T. Coleman, 20, was indicted April 19 on 12 counts of home invasion, six counts of attempted aggravated criminal sexual assault, three counts each of aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, as well as other sex assault, sex abuse and burglary charges. Authorities have said he entered the apartment of an ex-girlfriend during the early hours of March 26, armed with a knife and a pot, hit the woman and then performed a sex act on her. Coleman returns to court May 29.
Wheaton—For a second time, the trial of has been postponed. Kerin Ramirez was supposed to stand trial April 24 on home invasion and aggravated battery charges, but the case was again delayed by a witness being unable to testify. Several Ramirez supporters wearing "I am Kerin Ramirez" t-shirts attended the hearing only to learn the trial had been delayed. Ramirez will return to court May 15.
Woodridge—Yashesh Desai, , "continues to show improvement mentally, physically and functionally" while in treatment at an Illinois Department of Human Services facility, according to courtrecords. In November, Desai was found unfit to stand trial on charges he struck his father in the head with a piece of lawn equipment inside the family's Woodridge home. Attorneys will return to court in July for another update on Desai's condition. He is also charged with attacking a DuPage County Jail worker in an incident that occurred while Desai was held there on the murder charge.