Glen Ellyn, Lombard Men Charged in Weekend Home Invasion
Andrew Cotton and Ryan Berry, of the 300 block of Scott Avenue, Glen Ellyn and Anthony Nutoni, of the 600 block of Edgewood Street, Lombard were charged with two counts of home invasion while armed.
UPDATED: Feb. 5, 9:50
A fourth man was arrested and charged Monday night in an armed home invasion in unincorporated Villa Park. Artur L. Pawlina, 26, of the 1 S 200 block of Danby Street, Villa Park, was charged with two counts of home invasion, according to the DuPage County Sheriff's Office. He was being held without bond, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Two Glen Ellyn men and a Lombard man are facing Class X felony charges after they were arrested and charged in a home invasion in unincorporated Villa Park early Sunday morning.
The men were identified and arrested shortly after a 911 call was made to the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff John E. Zaruba said Monday morning.
Andrew Cotton, who turns 24 Tuesday, of the 300 block of Scott Avenue, Ryan Berry, 24, of the 300 block of Scott Avenue and Anthony Nutoni, 24, of the 600 block of Edgewood Street, Lombard, were all charged with two counts of home invasion while armed, which is a Class X felony.
Sheriff John E. Zaruba said in a news release that early Sunday morning the men forced their way into a home in unincorporated Villa Park and after a physical altercation, fled the residence. After a brief investigation, Sheriff’s detectives identified and arrested the men.
Cotton is being treated for injuries he received during the incident. Berry and Nutoni were scheduled to be in bond court Monday morning. Nutoni’s bond was listed at $25,000 and Berry’s bond was listed at $50,000, according to the Sherriff’s Office.