Teens Arrested After Attempted Break-In
Aug 19, 2015 10:15AM ● Published by Steven Jack
Four teens are facing felony charges for attempting to break into a home in Oswego’s Prescott Mill subdivision Tuesday.
According to Oswego Police, the teens attempted to break into a home on Chapin Way in Prescott Mill by kicking in the front door at about 12:10 p.m., but were thwarted by a resident who was at home at the time.
Shortly after police arrived at the scene, a resident on Charismatic Drive in Churchill Club reported to police that someone had come to the door seeking an address that was not located in the area.
The vehicle driven by that person matched the description of the vehicle used in the Chapin Way incident, and police were able to apprehend the teens a short time later in Churchill Club.
After questioning, Kendall Parker, 18, Christean Echols, 18, Grantham Williams, 19, all three of Plainfield, and Robert Pannell, 18, of Chicago, were arrested and charged with felony attempted residential burglary. Parker was also wanted on an outstanding Will County warrant, police said.
All four were taken to the Kendall County Jail where they await a bond hearing. Oswego Police spokeswoman Cathy Nevara said more charges may be forthcoming.