WATERLOO – Authorities have added charges against a Waterloo man who was found passed out in his car with a stolen gun in October when he was on parole for a failed 2018 robbery.
Waterloo police on Tuesday charged 27-year-old Adnan Alibegic with felon in possession of a firearm in connection with two additional pistols officers with the Violent Crime Apprehension Team found at his Western Avenue home in October 2020.
According to court records, police found a 9 mm Taurus and a 9 mm SCCY pistol in his bedroom while serving a search warrant on Oct. 20.
According to court records, Alibegic and others had attempted to rob a man at a Brookeridge Drive apartment building in October 2018, but the plan fell apart when someone saw them with guns and called police.
In October 2020, while on parole, Alibegic was found unconscious in a car parked in a convenience store parking lot. Also in the vehicle was a loaded STI .45-caliber pistol, a bag of meth and a bottle of prescription pills, according to court records. He was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm, trafficking stolen weapons and drug charges.