UPDATED AT 5:45 P.M. SATURDAY, JULY 13
The Kendall County State's Attorney's Office has charged two Oswego men in connection with a home invasion that occurred at 6:45 a.m. Friday, July 12, at a home in the 0-100 block of Saugatuck Road in the unincorporated Boulder Hill subdivision.
Jesus Villegas, 29, and Adrian Villegas, 26, both of the 600 block of Manhattan Circle, have been charged with home invasion, according to the Kendall County Sheriff's Office.
In addition, police said Jesus Villegas has been charged by the state's attorney's office with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon and possession of a stolen firearm. He was also wanted on Kendall and DuPage county warrants for possession of cannabis and a Kane County warrant for possession of a controlled substance.
Adrian Villegas faces an additional charge of possession of a stolen firearm.
Both suspects are being held at the Kendall County Jail in Yorkville pending bond hearings.
In a statement, the Sheriff's Office expressed thanks to all of the officers that assisted in the apprehension of the two suspects Friday morning.
"And a big thanks to all of the citizens for their valuable assistance and information which greatly assisted us with our efforts. The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all departments that assisted, including the Aurora Police Department’s K-9 unit and The Kane County Sheriff’s Office K-9," the statement read.
Later, in a post on the Sheriff's Office's Facebook page, Sheriff Dwight Baird noted that Friday marked the 20th anniversary of Deputy Michael Tsusaki working for the Sheriff's Office and that he played a key role in apprehending the suspects.
Baird wrote, "This morning Deputy Tsusaki responded to a call of a home invasion involving armed subjects that were wearing masks and had possibly shot a person, and they were fleeing from the scene. Deputy Tsusaki spotted the suspects and without hesitation gave chase and ultimately apprehended one of the suspects, whom was armed. Deputy Tsusaki continues to protect and serve this community without hesitation even after 20 years of service. Deputy Tsusaki you have my admiration and respect, thank you for working with me to help make Kendall County a safe place to live and raise a family."