CHICAGO (CBS) – Bond is set for a Westchester man who tried to break into an Oak Brook home armed with a gun on Thanksgiving Day.
Sean Anderson, 24, is charged with armed violence, attempt home invasion, attempt residential burglary, and unlawful possession of a weapon.READ MORE: Bucktown Woman Shaken After Being Carjacked During Saturday Morning Spree, And She's Not The First Victim In Her Family
DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office said around 5:50 p.m. Thursday, Oak Brook officers were called to a residence where Anderson attempted to enter the home posing as a worker from an energy company. The woman of the residence refused to let him in and called her husband who also refused his demand to enter. After failed attempts, he fled through the backyard of the residence.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Dangerous Wind Chills For Next 2 Nights
He was later found and arrested by two officers following a foot pursuit on Roosevelt Road near I-294.
Anderson is currently on parole for aggravated carjacking in 2018. His bond is set at $750,000.MORE NEWS: Chicago White Sox Take Action After CBS 2 Investigators Expose Parking Scam Outside Sports Venues: Fans Getting Ripped Off By Conmen, Then Hit With Parking Tickets
His next court appearance is scheduled for Dec. 20.