A man stabbed two siblings and sexually assaulted one of them during a home invasion in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois, on Monday.

Fabian J. Torres, 32, entered the home through the front door Monday afternoon armed with a knife and other materials including a rope, duct tape and pepper spray. He then asked the 19-year-old girl, who was at home, to take off her clothes at knifepoint and ordered her 17-year-old brother to leave the room. He then started sexually assaulting the girl during which she tried snatching the knife from Torres’ hand. During the struggle, the accused stabbed the girl in her hands and calf.

When the girl’s brother intervened, Torres stabbed him several times in the face, chest and head. The girl somehow managed to run out of the house while Torres attacked her brother. The boy too managed to escape a while later. Torres fled the scene with the weapon in his hand but left behind a bag, his phone and his wallet which had his ID, the Daily Herald reported.

He then went to another home in the same neighborhood with the knife. He entered the home through the garage and caught hold of a 24-year-old man, who managed to escape and warn his mother to run out of the home. Torres, however, managed to get hold of the woman and asked her to drive him away from the neighborhood in her car.  After she refused, he walked out of the home and approached several vehicles on the street asking for a ride. A while later he was found by officials in the same neighborhood, who shot him with a stun gun and arrested him.

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Torres was charged with 26 felonies including attempted murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault and home invasion. He was being held at the Kane County Adult Justice Center without bail and was scheduled to appear in court April 17. Meanwhile, the teens who were stabbed remained in hospital as of Thursday evening with serious injuries, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

In a news conference Thursday, the state's attorney Joe McMahon said, “The facts of this case are horrific. This is one of the most violent cases we have charged in my years as the Kane County state's attorney.”

Praising the police department, Sleepy Hollow Police Chief James Linane said, “I’m proud of my department’s quick response to take this defendant into custody and protect the community from further threats.”