Darryl Vance Jr., 27, of Chicago.

A Chicago man on parole for illegally possessing a weapon was arrested in Zion after officers found him with a loaded handgun that had been converted to be fully automatic, prosecutors said.

Darryl Vance Jr., 27, of Chicago, was charged with armed habitual criminal, two counts of possession of a machine gun, two counts of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and felon in possession of a firearm.

The Zion Police Department responded on Monday to a domestic altercation on Lorelei Drive.

Several people called 911 reporting a woman was screaming “help, help, help,” according to Lake County Assistant State’s Attorney Lillian Lewis.

The 911 callers also heard a man say, “I’m ready to go b–ch” and heard a child crying.

Officers arrived at the apartment complex and went to the apartment where witnesses reported the disturbance had been occurring.

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While officers were investigating, someone who worked at the apartment building reported seeing a man running from the complex with a handgun, Lewis said during a bond hearing.

Surveillance video showed reportedly Vance running down a staircase of the building with a handgun in his left hand.

Officers located Vance nearby the Walmart sitting in the driver’s seat of a car by himself.

Officers could see a handgun in plain view sticking out from the passenger side seat, Lewis said.

The gun was a loaded Glock handgun with an auto sear, which converts the gun from semi-automatic to fully automatic.

Lewis said Vance does not have a Firearm Owner’s Identification card or concealed carry license because he is a convicted felon.

The man was on parole at the time of his arrest for a previous aggravated unlawful use of a weapon case in Cook County.

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Lake County Judge James Simonian ordered Vance held on a $250,000 bond.

Vance remains held in the Lake County Jail and would need to post $25,000 cash in order to be released.