November 08, 2012 | 10:23 AMTwo adults and two small children are now safe and four juveniles are in custody following the report of a home invasion at 916 Marshall St. on election night, Lake Geneva police reported in a recent press release.
At about 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6, a woman called police from a nearby gas station. Police met with the woman, who had two small children with her. She told officers that several people broke into her home and tried to restrain her.
Officers entered the house and found a second adult victim, uninjured, inside the residence.
Officers from Lake Geneva, town of Geneva and the Walworth County Sheriff's Department then began a search for the those responsible for the break-in.
Four male juveniles, ages ranging from 13-16 were eventually found and taken into custody. Authorities turned the juveniles over to Walworth County Juvenile Intake.
According to the press release, police believe this is an isolated incident and those responsible are in custody
Police are still investigating the details surrounding the home invasion.
The house is on the west side of Williams Street, about 100 yards from the city polling place at the Lake Geneva Fire Department's Marshall Street station. Electors were still casting their ballots when police were called to the home at 916 Marshall St., but authorities said the call did not interfere with voting, nor did the polling place need added protection.