Two brothers and another man were charged in Elgin after they forced their way into the home of people they knew, police said.
Police responded at about 1:20 a.m. Sunday to a report of a home invasion on the 600 block of Oakland Avenue, Elgin police said on Facebook. Investigators were told the three men, two of whom were armed, entered the home and "confronted the residents."
Lukasz Naurecki, 31, of the 2000 block of Kennedy Drive in McHenry, had a handgun and his brother Pawel Naurecki, 25, of the 800 block of West Seneca Trail in Round Lake Heights, had a knife, police said. The third man was Oscar Landa, 31, of the 300 block of Illinois Avenue in Elgin, police said.
After struggling with the homeowners, the three men left the residence. Nothing was taken, and one homeowner had injuries that did not require immediate medical attention, police said.
Authorities charged Lukasz Naurecki with home invasion with a firearm, home invasion causing injury and trespass to a residence. Pawel Naurecki was charged with home invasion with a dangerous weapon and trespass to a residence, and Landa was charged with trespass to a residence, police said.