A 57-year-old Westchester man has been charged with residential burglary and battery in connection with a Riverside home invasion on Thursday afternoon in the 200 block of Addison Road.

Martin Canonico, a self-admitted Latin Kings gang member with 13 previous convictions for burglary, was captured by police in the backyard of a home in the 300 block of Addison Road after a three-hour, yard-by-yard search by police from Riverside, Lyons, Brookfield, North Riverside and Berwyn and police K-9 units from Berwyn and the Cook County Sheriff.

According to police, Canonico entered a home in the 200 block of Addison Road just after 3 p.m. on Sept. 9. Inside the home he was confronted by a 45-year-old woman, who asked what he was doing there. Canonico ran out of the house, pursued by the woman, who ran after him. Police recovered Canonico’s bicycle in the backyard of the home.

The woman was able to run Canonico down in the area of North Cowley and Shenstone Roads. She was able to stop Canonico, but he fought her off, allegedly punching her in the head and chest before fleeing on foot.

Riverside paramedics transported the woman, who suffered multiple cuts and scrapes during her tussle with Canonico, to Loyola University Medical Center, where she was treated for her injuries.

Several people reported seeing the man running through yards in the neighborhood, including Katie Kemp, a physical education teacher at Hauser Junior High, who had just arrived home at about 4 p.m. on Delaplaine Road just south of Shenstone Road.

“He was in my backyard,” Kemp said. “I asked him what he was doing there, and then I started chasing him. I knew something wasn’t right.”

Kemp chased the man across Delaplaine Road until she spotted a Lyons squad car, and pointed them in the direction the man had fled.

At about 4:30 p.m. a resident on the 300 block of Shenstone Road reported that a man matching Canonico’s description was seen running north down Leesley Road near Blythe Park School.

Finally, just before 6 p.m., police found Canonico in the backyard of a home in the 300 block of Addison Road, not too far from the site of the original incident. According to police, the woman who confronted Canonico inside the Addison Road home positively identified him.

At a hearing on Sept. 11, a Cook County judge ordered Canonico held on $150,000 bond. He remains in Cook County Jail awaiting an Oct. 7 court date.