According to the Chicago Tribune, Levert Jones, 25, is facing one count of attempted armed robbery and must post the minimum required 10 percent ($50,000) to be released. If he makes bail, he will have to wear a GPS device.
His next court date is July 22, the paper said.
The DuPage County State's Attorney's Office says that on June 23 at around 3:45 p.m. Jones and two accomplices entered the mall's C. D. Peacock store, where Jones pulled out a sledgehammer and began smashing a glass jewelry case.
According to the Associated Press, an in-store security guard held Jones at gunpoint and attempted to apprehend him, but when the defendant tried to resist arrest, the guard shot him in the abdomen.
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WGNTV reports that Jones is suspected to be part of a ring of smash-and-grab robbers responsible for crimes as far away as North Carolina and Missouri.
Read more at the Chicago Tribune and CBS Local websites.