Suspect in Custody After Separate Sex Workers Robbed in Schaumburg and Des Plaines on Friday the 13th, December 2019

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Justin Neal-Guy, armed robbery suspect in Des Plaines and Schaumburg
Justin Neal-Guy, armed robbery suspect in Des Plaines and Schaumburg.

Justin Neal-Guy, 25, was charged with armed robbery in Schaumburg and aggravated criminal sexual assault, armed robbery and unlawful restraint in Des Plaines and booked in Cook County jail on December 16, 2019. Both crimes occurred Friday, December 13, 2019.

Prosecutors said Justin D. Neal-Guy targeted prostitutes who do not permanently reside in Illinois, and after the robberies photographed the driver’s licenses of the two women and told them not to call police because he knew where they lived. Justin Neal-Guy is listed with residence in the block of 1700 Ashland Avenue in Evanston, and possibly also in the City of Des Plaines.

On Friday December 13, 2019 about 7:15 a.m., Neal-Guy allegedly met a female sex worker visiting from Las Vegas at a Schaumburg hotel. The sex worker uses a website to advertise her services, according to Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Loukas Kalliantasis. After engaging in sex, Neal-Guy displayed a gun, demanded the $150 he paid her, took an additional $2,840 in cash, and the took the necklace the sex worker was wearing, according to Kalliantasis.

Neal-Guy took a photo of the woman’s license and threatened to kill her if she told police — clarifying that he knows her address. Neal-Guy also deleted messages he left on her phone and ordered her into the shower, telling her to stay there until he left, Kalliantasis said.

Also on Friday, December 13, 2019, Des Plaines police arrested Neal-Guy for a separate robbery, where he also threatened a sex worker, took her money and ordered her into the shower.

Neal-Guy is also facing charges of aggravated battery to a police officer, after he allegedly put his car in reverse and rammed an unmarked Evanston police SUV during a traffic stop involving investigation of illegally tinted windows at 6:51 p.m. Friday January 11, 2019. Tactical police officers had stopped the driver of a white Chevy Malibu with tinted windows in the block of 400 Howard Street. When police detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the Chevy Malibu, they told the driver to get out of the vehicle. Instead, the driver put his Malibu in reverse, and rammed the unmarked police SUV. He was arrested the following Monday in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood on Chicago’s southeast side. The case is pending in the Circuit Court of Cook County Second Municipal District in Skokie.

Neal-Guy remains in Cook County jail in Division 2 with minimum-to-medium classification inmates without bond and on $300,000 bond for the multiple crimes. Neal-Guy is scheduled to appear in court in Skokie on January 9, 2019 and in court in Rolling Meadows on January 10, 2019.

A “Justin Nealguy” was also a suspect in a fight involving gang members at the Lincolnwood Town Center shopping mall, 3333 West Touhy Avenue in July 2015. Three suspects were charged with disorderly conduct following the fight. In some reports involving the suspect, his name is spelled Nealguy.

Justin Neal-Guy, armed robbery suspect in Des Plaines and Schaumburg
Justin Neal-Guy, armed robbery suspect in Des Plaines and Schaumburg.

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