Prosecutors Upgrade Charges in Waterloo Shooting
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa man will face tougher criminal charges because of what he yelled out while he was being arrested after a July shooting at a Waterloo bar.
Prosecutors have now charged 53-year-old Roland Ricardo Anderson, of Waterloo, with attempted murder in connection with the shooting of 39-year-old Maurice Stovall on July 22.
The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports that Anderson yelled that he wished Stovall was dead as he was being put into a police car.
Stovall was wounded several times in the attack but he survived.
Court records say Anderson was arguing with a woman outside the bar when Stovall intervened. Anderson walked away but returned later with a gun.
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