4 Charged in Suburban Home Invasion After Homeowner Shoots Intruders

Four people have been charged in connection with a home invasion in a southwest Chicago suburb, according to the Cook County Sheriff's office. 

Sisters Brandy Marshall, 19, and Paige Marshall, 20, as well as Sarah Risner, 20, and Tyler Gulli, 23, are all charged with first degree murder and home invasion, authorities confirmed.

The Cook County Sheriff’s office said the home invasion occurred in the 11000 block of West 118th Street in Palos Park at approximately 10:30 p.m. on July 5. 

The victim shot two of the intruders, according to police, killing one and wounding the other. Police noted the victim had a valid concealed carry license. 

Anthony Dalton, 19, from Cedar Lake, Indiana, was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities confirmed. Gulli was injured in the shooting, and will appear in bond court after he is released, police said. 

The other three defendants were all held on 2 million dollar bonds, officials said. 

Officials said one of the suspects emerged from a wooded area surrounding the home, and officers were able to obtain the identities of the other offenders from that suspect. 

Witnesses said nearly 30 officers responded to the scene with helicopters and K-9 officers.

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