California woman charged with attempted kidnapping after Aurora home invasion

Woman faces multiple felony charges in Memorial Day incident

AURORA – A California woman is facing multiple felony charges in connection with a home invasion and domestic dispute in Aurora on Memorial Day, according to a news release from the Kane County Sheriff's Department.

The release states that Angela LaGrone, 50, of Winnetka, Calif., is charged with felony home invasion, attempted aggravated kidnapping, aggravated battery and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

The release states that sheriff's deputies arrived at a home in the 1200 block of Summit Avenue after a report of a home invasion and found a 46-year-old man in a struggle with LaGrone. Both were injured.

Deputies learned that LaGrone came to the home to take their 11-year-old son, who lives with the man in the Aurora home. LaGrone, who was found to have a baseball bat, knife and handgun, forced her way into the home by cutting a window screen, the release stated.

After a struggle with the man's 67-year-old sister, the man came to his sister's aid and got into a struggle with LaGrone. The man and his sister were struck with the bat and bitten. The man also suffered a head injury after LaGrone attacked him with the knife.

LaGrone and the man were taken by ambulance to Rush Copley Hospital, where they were treated and released.