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Homeless man forced his way into Cary home to hurt resident, police say

(NORTHWEST HERALD) — A former Cary man faces multiple felonies after police said he forced his way into a home he had been barred from visiting with the intent of harming another person Wednesday.

Salvador Herrera, 39, who police said is homeless, broke into a home at 62 Silver Tree Circle about 9 a.m., Deputy Police Chief James Fillmore said. When the resident of the home called police, Herrera fled north toward Lions Park.

The Oakwood Hills Police Department and a K-9 unit from the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office responded to a marshy area north of the neighborhood to help, police said. A short time later, police found Herrera behind the preschool that the Cary Park District operates in the park and took him into custody without incident.

This article was written by the Northwest Herald. Read the full article here.


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