Anger Management Counseling Ordered for Knocking out Victim’s Tooth

Anger Management Counseling Ordered for Knocking out Victim’s Tooth 
A man who Naperville police said knocked out a teenager’s tooth during an attempted robbery last summer has been ordered to undergo anger management counseling as part of his sentence in that case.
Michael D. Wisch, 18, must also write letters of apology to the two youths he accosted during that incident and have no further contact with them, according to records on file in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton.
Wisch lives on the 600 block of Clover Court, in an unincorporated area of DuPage County near west-central Naperville. He was originally charged with aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, a felony.
He pleaded guilty to a reduced, misdemeanor charge of battery causing bodily harm. Three companion charges of attempted robbery, aggravated battery in a public place and mob action were dismissed in exchange for his plea, court records showed.
The case against Wisch was originally continued from June 12 to Wednesday. Records indicated he instead pleaded guilty and was sentenced on July 16.
Judge Daniel P. Guerin that day ordered the anger management counseling and instructed Wisch to write the letters and stay away from the victims, according to records. Guerin also sentenced Wisch to three days in DuPage County Jail, time he has already served since being arrested, records showed.