A 17-year-old Highland Park resident has become the third teen arrested as a result of police investigation into the armed burglary that took place on Parkside Drive earlier this month.
Jacob A. Lynn, who lives in the has been arrested and charged as an adult for unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver, unlawful possession of cannabis and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the .
His arrest comes two weeks after .
"That whole investigation revolving around the home invasion led us to this arrest," Highland Park Deputy Police Chief Dave Schwarz told Patch on Friday.
While clearing the house after the burglary, and upon further investigation, officers found drug paraphernalia and signs of cannabis possession in the Parkside home, according to Schwarz.
Police also found a safe that contained cannabis and belonged to Lynn, an incoming senior.
"The residents at the home were cooperative at the time," Schwarz said.
Though Schwarz told Patch earlier that , he would not comment Friday about what motives the accused burglars may have had.
"The facts are presented as is," Schwarz said. "Some of that may come out in trial."
, Lynn has been charged as an adult. His bond was placed at $25,000 and Lynn posted $2,500 for his release. If convicted, Lynn could face up to five years in prison. He is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday, August 30.