NAPERVILLE, Ill. (STMW) – A man found traveling with law enforcement regalia, ammunition and marijuana has been arrested by west suburban Naperville police.

The formal police report concerning the arrest of Plainfield resident Rickey A. Jung remained incomplete Monday night. It could not be learned whether Jung was in custody or had been released.

Written police records indicated Jung, 46, was arrested about 5:55 p.m. Friday near Marathon Drive and Route 59 in Plainfield. That intersection is a few blocks south of 111th Street and Route 59 on Naperville’s far southwest side.

Jung was charged with driving a vehicle bearing indication of police authority, unlawful use of auxiliary lights, carrying or possessing a firearm, possession of between 2.5 and 10 grams of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with an unlawfully tinted license plate or registration, improper display or a license plate or permit and having a defective horn on his vehicle, police records showed.

Police Sgt. Gregg Bell said late Monday afternoon the formal report concerning Jung’s arrest had not been submitted.

Cmdr. James Montanari said Monday night Jung apparently had an undisclosed type and quantity of ammunition in his vehicle when he was arrested.

Montanari said members of the department’s special operations unit made the arrest. Sgt. John McAnally, who oversees the unit, did not return a telephone message left Monday night at his office.

Jung was not being held Monday night in Will County Jail in Joliet or DuPage County Jail in Wheaton. He apparently has no significant criminal record in either county, according to court records.