A grand jury has indicted four men accused of a break-in and robbery at a Naperville apartment complex.
Clarence Guyton, 19, of Naperville; Kendyl Gill, 17, of Aurora; Robert Jackson, 24, of Bolingbrook; and Brandon Reynolds, 15, were each indicted on charges of home invasion, armed robbery and residential burglary in connection to the on Fairway Drive.
Authorities have said the men broke into a woman's home, threatened her and took her cell phone.
Jackson and Gill have each pleaded not guilty to the charges, while Guyton and Reynolds are scheduled to be arraigned in August. Guyton, Gill and Jackson remain held in DuPage County Jail on bails ranging from $200,000 to $500,000. Reynolds, who was charged as an adult, is out of jail, court records show.
Reynolds was arrested the night of the incident, police said, while Guyton and others were picked up June 30.
A Naperville police officer had Guyton in custody after the car he was in was stopped for a traffic offense shortly after the home invasion occurred, police have said. At the time of the incident the officer did not know about Guyton's reported involvement. Guyton was charged with lying about his name, failure to wear a seat belt and was then released.
Guyton is on court supervision after pleading guilty in May to an aggravated assault charge. It's not immediately clear if prosecutors will seek to have that sentence revoked in light of the latest arrest. Guyton's obstruction of justice case is scheduled for an Aug. 3 hearing.