A Wisconsin woman was arrested after being charged in a home invasion last month in Grayslake while she was allegedly armed with a gun, according to court records.
Kayla D. Henry, 23, of the 3200 block of Market Lane in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was charged with home invasion, a Class X felony, aggravation unlawful use of a weapon, a Class 4 felony, and criminal trespass to residence, a Class 4 felony.
A criminal complaint filed in Lake County court alleges Henry committed a home invasion in the 1900 block of Country Drive in Grayslake.
The incident occurred on December 15 and the complaint said that Henry entered a man’s apartment while she was armed with a 9mm Hi-Point semi-automatic handgun.
Henry, who does not have a valid Firearm Owner’s Identification Card (FOID), threatened the victim with the gun and remained inside the apartment, the complaint said. It is unclear if the woman knew the victim.
The Grayslake Police Department obtained an arrest warrant that was signed by a Lake County judge two days after the incident.
Police arrested Henry and transported her to the Lake County jail on January 5.
The arrest warrant initially set the woman’s bond at $150,000 but it was later reduced to $100,000 following a bond hearing on January 6.
An arraignment hearing is scheduled for January 25. Henry will need to post $10,000 cash in order to be released on bail.