Cadin Ziccarelli, 19 (left), and Timothy Reed, 21 (right), both of Kenosha, Wisconsin | Provided Photos

Two armed men from Wisconsin attempted to carjack a victim at a Round Lake Beach grocery store Thursday afternoon and later fled from police, causing an officer to be injured, authorities said.

Cadin Ziccarelli, 19, of Kenosha, Wisconsin was charged with one count of attempted aggravated vehicular hijacking, four counts of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and one count of resisting arrest.

Timothy Reed, 21, of Kenosha, Wisconsin was charged with one count of attempted aggravated vehicular hijacking and three counts of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

The Round Lake Beach Police Department responded at 12:45 p.m. Thursday to Tony’s Fresh Market, 965 East Rollins Road in Round Lake Beach, for a report of an attempted carjacking.

Reed allegedly went up to a victim sitting in their car and demanded their car keys while displaying a handgun in his waistband, Lake County Assistant State’s Attorney Mary Vukovich said during a first appearance hearing Friday morning.

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Ziccarelli was allegedly with Reed during the attempted carjacking.

The victim refused to give over the keys and went into Tony’s Fresh Market to report what had happened to an employee.

Round Lake Beach Police Chief Wayne Wilde Jr. said both men’s descriptions were provided to responding officers.

Zicarrelli and Reed allegedly fled on foot through several parking lots and into a nearby wooded area while officers were responding.

Police checked the immediate area but could not locate the pair, Wilde said.

At 2:08 p.m. later that day, a Round Lake Beach police officer on patrol spotted both men walking up and down the parking aisles at Meijer, 750 East Rollins Road in Round Lake Beach.

The officer attempted to stop them but they fled on foot across the nearby railroad tracks, Wilde said.

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Police gave chase and Reed got down on his knees and was arrested.

A Taurus handgun with six rounds in the magazine was recovered from Reed.

Zicarrelli allegedly disobeyed officers’ commands to stop.

During the apprehension, Zicarrelli’s FN handgun with 14 rounds in the magazine flew and hit an officer in the face, Vukovich said.

The officer sustained a cut on his hand and pain in his knee.

Wilde said the officer refused treatment by medical personnel on the scene.

The victim from the incident positively identified Zicarrelli and Reed as the attempted carjackers, Wilde said.

Both men allegedly do not have valid Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) cards or concealed carry licenses.

Lake County Judge Raymond Collins granted prosecutors’ petitions to keep both men detained in the Lake County Jail.

Both men are scheduled to appear for a detention hearing Monday afternoon.

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The incident remains under investigation by the Round Lake Beach Police Department.