Man Facing Multiple Felony Charges After Report of Shots Fired in Waterloo
WATERLOO, Iowa - One man is in custody and facing multiple felony charges after Waterloo Police say he shot at an occupied vehicle and refused to comply with officers.
At about 11:00 p.m. Friday Waterloo Police responded to a report of shots fired in the 200 block of Broadway Street. Authorities located a suspect on Edwards Street.
The suspect, Thadeus Southall, 30, of Evansdale, refused to cooperate with officers and was taken into custody. Officers found a 9mm semi-auto handgun and a unknown amount of marijuana on him.
During the investigation, officers found that Southall has assaulted another male at City Food and Liquor on Broadway Street. Southall had displayed the gun and fired a round into an occupied vehicle.
Southall has been charged with several felonies including intimidation with a dangerous weapon, going armed with intent, interference with official acts involving a firearm and possession with intent to deliver marijuana. He was also charged with multiple misdemeanors including assault on a peace officer and interference with official acts.
Southall is currently being held at the Black Hawk County Jail.