Oak Lawn Police received a call that a suspicious vehicle was being driven westward recklessly near 95th and Cicero and the four male occupants were “throwing up gang signs”. The person who made the call told the police that one of the backseat occupants formed his hand into the shape of a gun and pointed it in her direction.
Detectives found the vehicle at the northwest corner of 95th and Ridgeland Avenue, north of Billy Boys Restaurant. The police approached the cars and asked each person to identify themselves in the car. One of the occupants allegedly identified himself as Travon Neylon but the mugshot in the police records did not look like him. When he exited the vehicle, he allegedly admitted that his name was Raheem Neylon.
A check of outstanding warrants found that Raheem Neylon had an outstanding warrant for criminal trespass to a vehicle. He was taken into custody and transported to the police station.
The front passenger, who was not charged, advised the police officers that he had a magazine for a firearm in his pocket. The police recovered the magazine. He also allegedly told the police that one of the other occupants, Shevelle Benard had the starter gun. A search of Bernard allegedly uncovered the starter gun in his waistband of his pants. The pistol was allegedly loaded.
The driver of the car, Dominquie Kidd, consented to a search of the vehicle which allegedly uncovered a white pill thought to be Hydrocodone. Kidd was charged with possession of a controlled subsance. Benard was charged with disorderly conduct as well as weapons ordinance violations. Neylon was charged with obstructing justice.
Kidd, a 40 year old black male, provided a Chicago address. Benard, a 19 year old black male, provided a different Chicago address. Neylon a 22 year old black male also provided a Chicago address.