Three men have been charged with aggravated robbery after they allegedly followed four northwest suburban women from stores to their homes and robbed them at gun point.
Waukegan Police said the first incident took place on Dec. 12 when a female shopper was followed home from a Wal-Mart in Waukegan and robbed at gunpoint.
On the same day, another female shopper reported she was followed home from the same Wal-Mart, forced into her home and robbed at gun point.
On Dec. 13, a female shopper left the Wal-Mart and was robbed at her home in Gurnee.
Two days later, a fourth female shopper left a Walgreens in Waukegan and was followed home and robbed at gun point, police said.
Police said none of the victims were injured in the incidents, and that the suspects stole personal items, cell phones, cash and credit cards, according to authorities.
Monchello Tucker, 24, and Antonio Tucker, 22, were charged with three counts of aggravated robbery. Kantrall Brumfield, 27, was charged with four counts of aggravated robbery. Antonio Tucker was also charged with three counts of identity theft and two counts of Unlawful Use of a Credit Card.
Police said the gun used in the robberies was a BB gun.
All three suspects were each ordered held at the Lake County Jail on $100,000 bond. They are due back in court on Jan. 22.