Sentencing will be at a later date for a Waterloo man, convicted yesterday(Mon) in a shooting last year that fractured a 73-year old man’s left leg.
28-year old Charles Brown was found guilty of willful injury causing serious injury, intimidation with a weapon, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and interference while armed with a gun. The jury acquitted him of going armed with intent and carrying weapons.
Black Hawk County court records say at least one round from an AR-15 rifle hit Willie Outlaw’s leg the night of July 7th, at his home on Crescent Place, shattering his femur.
Two other men arrested in connection with the shooting, 26-year old Marquez Martin and 18-year old Paris Wilder, pled guilty to willful injury and intimidation with a weapon. Wilder was sentenced to probation, with placement at a residential correctional facility, and Martin got prison time.