Waterloo Man Facing Several Charges After Shooting At Own Home
A Waterloo man was arrested on multiple charges after he allegedly fired shots at his own home.
Marcus Harmon-Wright, 34, was taken into custody Sunday evening. Police were they were called to the area of Mobile and Sumner Streets to investigate a report of shot fired just before 8:30 PM.
According to authorities, Harmon-Wright fired shots at his home during an altercation. They said bullets struck the house, which was occupied at the time, and Harmon-Wright spit in an officer's face while being arrested.
As part of the investigation, officers secured Harmon-Wright's home and later obtained a warrant to search the property. Police said officers located a 9-mm handgun, ammunition, distribution amounts of marijuana, suspected cocaine and large sums of money during the search.
Harmon-Wright was booked into the Black Hawk County Jail on the following charges:
- Intimidation with a dangerous weapon
- Felon/prohibited person in possession of a firearm
- Felon/prohibited person in possession of ammunition
- Carrying weapons
- Possession of marijuana with intent to deliver (while in possession of a firearm and within 1,000 feet of a public school)
- Drug tax stamp violation
- Assault on a peace officer
- Possession of cocaine
- Public intoxication
- Interference with official acts.
According to police, Harmon-Wright is prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition due to a previous domestic abuse conviction.