Three suburban men are headed to court Thursday after Chicago police caught the trio handling real guns while filming of rap video in the city's Englewood neighborhood earlier this week.
Rayvon Lollis, Ronnie Ramsey, and Sheldon Cobb (L-R) were arrested after they were found with guns while filming a rap video in Englewood. (Chicago Police)
Officers responded to a trespassing call just before 3 p.m. Tuesday in the 7400 block of South Eggleston Avenue and found a group of people filming a music video in the backyard of a home, DNAinfo Chicago reports.
After cops caught several people handling guns on the scene, they arrested eight people. The Tribune reports only three face felony charges.
The Sun-Times reports none of the men are from Chicago, and each face various weapons charges:
Ronnie Ramsey, 22, of Crown Point, Ind., was charged with one count of unlawful use of a weapon by a felon and criminal trespass to land; Sheldon Cobb, 24, of suburban Calumet City and Rayvon Lollis, 19, of suburban Burnham, were each charged with one count of aggravated unlawful of use of a weapon and criminal trespass to land, according to police.