Trio charged with Elgin home invasion

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Lukasz Naurecki; Pawel Naurecki; Oscar Landa | Elgin police

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.

Lukasz 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.

Lukasz 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.

Lukasz Naurecki’s bail was set at $750,000 and Pawel Naurecki’s bail was set at $500,000, according to thesheriff’s office. They both remained in custody at the Kane County Jail as of Thursday afternoon.

Lukasz Naurecki’s next court date was scheduled for Feb. 7 while Pawel Naurecki was due back in court Feb. 14.

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