Sean A. Fitzpatrick, 47, of Poplar Grove (left) and Scott T. Henrie, 34, of Poplar Grove (right).

Two Boone County men have been charged with stealing a sheriff’s deputy’s badge, an AR-style rifle, jewelry and thousands of dollars in cash during a burglary at a residence near Marengo.

Scott T. Henrie, 34, of Poplar Grove, and Sean A. Fitzpatrick, 47, of Poplar Grove, were initially charged in April with residential burglary, theft from motor vehicle, aggravated unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle, unlawful possession of three or more stolen vehicles and theft over $100,000.

A grand jury recently additionally charged the two with possession of a stolen firearm. Fitzpatrick was also charged with felon in possession of a firearm.

A criminal complaint filed in McHenry County Circuit Court alleges Henrie and Fitzpatrick committed a residential burglary sometime on March 28 or March 29 in the 19000 block of Kishwaukee Valley Road in unincorporated Marengo.

The two unlawfully entered the residence with the intent to commit a theft, the complaint said.

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Henrie and Fitzpatrick stole a silver 2015 Ford F-250 pickup, which had a red Western snowplow on it, the complaint said.

They also allegedly stole a white 2022 Lexus LS 500 sedan, which has a base MSRP of $76,100.

A separate criminal complaint alleges Henrie and Fitzpatrick stole a 2018 John Deere Gator TS 4×2 along with an Imperial Trailer flatbed double axel trailer from the same victim.

A grand jury indictment said that a Rock River Arms AR-style rifle, a Cook County sheriff’s deputy’s badge, jewelry and $5,000 in cash were also taken during the burglary.

The indictment said Henrie and Fitzpatrick additionally stole a Bosch washer and dryer along with two flatscreen televisions from the home.

The combined value of the stolen property is between $100,000 and $500,000, the indictment said.

The case was investigated by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office.

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The two suspects were arrested and transported to the McHenry County Jail on April 3.

Henrie was ordered held on a $70,000 bond and Fitzpatrick was held on a $75,000 bond.

Fitzpatrick was released from the jail after his bond was reduced to $30,000. Henrie remains held in the jail.

A judge ordered both men to have no contact with each other.

Henrie and Fitzpatrick are both scheduled to appear in court again on May 23 for a preliminary hearing.