3 Charged in separate Glen Carbon home invasions - KMOV.com

3 Charged in separate Glen Carbon home invasions

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Richard W. Taylor, 29, of Trenton and William J. Kampwerth of Carlinville each are facing one charge of home invasion, a class X felony; residential burglary, a class 1 felony; and aggravated battery, a class 3 felony. By Daniel Fredman Richard W. Taylor, 29, of Trenton and William J. Kampwerth of Carlinville each are facing one charge of home invasion, a class X felony; residential burglary, a class 1 felony; and aggravated battery, a class 3 felony. By Daniel Fredman
William J. Kampwerth of Carlinville is facing one charge of home invasion, a class X felony; residential burglary, a class 1 felony; and aggravated battery, a class 3 felony. By Daniel Fredman William J. Kampwerth of Carlinville is facing one charge of home invasion, a class X felony; residential burglary, a class 1 felony; and aggravated battery, a class 3 felony. By Daniel Fredman
Richard W. Taylor, 29, of Trenton is facing one charge of home invasion, a class X felony; residential burglary, a class 1 felony; and aggravated battery, a class 3 felony By Daniel Fredman Richard W. Taylor, 29, of Trenton is facing one charge of home invasion, a class X felony; residential burglary, a class 1 felony; and aggravated battery, a class 3 felony By Daniel Fredman

GLEN CARBON, Il. (KMOV.com) - Three men face felony charges and one resident is injured after two recent unrelated home invasions in Glen Carbon. 

Police report that two men forced their way into a house on Illinois 159 shortly after midnight on Dec. 15 and attacked the resident, who suffered minor injuries to his face, torso and arm from a cutting instrument. 

Richard W. Taylor, 29, of Trenton and William J. Kampwerth of Carlinville are each facing felony charges of home invasion, residential burglary, and aggravated battery. 

Taylor remains at large, but Kampwerth was in custody Monday in lieu of $200,000 bail. 

In a separate home invasion, Glen Carbon Police responded to a call Dec. 17 of a home invasion in progress at 1 Peachtree Lane. Officers arrived on-scene almost immediately and found that the suspect had fled the area prior to their arrival. 

Officers found that the lone victim of the home invasion sustained a bloody lip and scratches during the incident, but was able to fend off further attacks. 

After an investigation by the Edwardsville and Glen Carbon Police Departments, the Madison County State's Attorney's Office charged John M. Buckey, 28, with felony home invasion. 

Buckey, an Edwardsville resident, has a bond set at $5000,000 and is currently in custody at the Madison County Jail in Edwardsville. 

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