A Chicago cop was arrested Friday at the Chicago Police Department’s training academy, charged with brandishing a gun during a dispute with a neighbor earlier this year.
Raekwon Livingston, 24, a probationary officer, was taken into custody at the academy at 1300 W. Jackson Blvd. on the Near West Side, charged with misdemeanor aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, the police said.
Livingston was charged in connection to an incident Aug. 27 in the 1100 block of North Howe Street, where he lives, according to a police spokesperson.
A source said Livingston got into an argument with a neighbor who was walking a dog and pulled a gun several times.
His arrest is the latest embarrassing incident involving a Chicago probationary officer.
Denisse Balseca was arrested Aug. 20, accused of attacking a Schiller Park cop during a traffic stop in the northwest suburb. Balseca was stopped in the 4100 block of West Grace Street when officers saw her drive onto a curb twice, according to an arrest report.