Deerfield residents Joseph J. Mahoney and Joshua S. Norris, both 17, were charged as adults for an armed burglary that occurred earlier this month.
At 7:22 a.m. on Thursday, August 2, the Highland Park police received a call that a male wearing a dark hoodie and dark pants was spotted in a Highland Park home by the homeowners, with what appeared to be a rifle. He fled on foot. Two hours later, police arrested Mahoney and Norris.
Since then, Patch has dug deep into the story, reporting on when the teens posted bail, and
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Police investigation into the Aug. 2 armed burglary led to the arrest of Jacob A. Lynn, 17, who lives at the home that was broken into. Deerfield teens Joseph J. Mahoney and Joshua S. Norris are facing home invasion charges for the break-in.
The Deerfield teens were charged in a Highland Park home invasion. Mahoney's attorney says there were mitigating circumstances that will help his client.
Deerfield High School will not comment on whether seniors Mahoney and Norris will face disciplinary action because of felony charges arising out of a Highland Park home invasion.
Armed home invasion leads many readers to question their safety and wonder what their own kids are up to.
Two 17-year-olds have been charged as adults for breaking into a Highland Park home with a gun on Thursday.
Hours after an early morning break-in, police have found a person who fits the description of the offender, and a long gun nearby.
Police continue to search for the offender after responding to reported burglary in the 3000 block of Parkside.