Trio charged with Elgin home invasion

SUN-TIMES MEDIA WIRE - Three men were charged with a home invasion early Sunday in northwest suburban Elgin.

They forcibly broke into a home about 1:20 a.m. in the 600 block of Oakland Avenue, according to Elgin police. After struggling with the homeowners, who they knew, the men ran off.

Lukas Naurecki, 31, of McHenry, was armed with a handgun during the robbery, while 25-year-old Pawel Naurecki, of Round Lake, was armed with a knife, police said. Oscar Landa, 31, of Elgin, was unarmed during the robbery.

Lukas Naurecki was charged with felony counts of home invasion with a firearm, home invasion causing injury and trespass to a residence, police said.

Pawel Naurecki was charged with felony counts of home invasion with a dangerous weapon and trespass to residence, police said.

Landa was charged with a felony count of trespass to a residence, police said.

Landa’s bail was set at $50,000 and he was released from the Kane County Jail after posting bond, according to the Kane County Sheriff’s Office.

Lukas Naurecki was also released on bond Monday, according to Kane County court records. He is due back in court Feb. 7 for a status hearing.

Court information for Pawel Naurecki was not immediately available.

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