LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Two known gang members are facing charges after an incident in
Victory Park in west Louisville, according to police.
Just before 5 p.m. Thursday, detectives responded to a report of a shots
fired in the park where a large group of individuals had guns. An arrest report says, a detective observed Norman Dwight Parker, 30, place
a handgun in an abandoned car in an attempt to conceal evidence. The
report says Parker is also known as "Pooh" or "Pooh Man." Parker has been
convicted multiple time on gun and drug charges and served seven years
behind bard after a federal conviction.
While at the park, a detective witnessed Norman Bradley Williams, 23,
take two guns from his waistband and place them in the grass. Williams
then said, "I'm not getting shot again," according to an arrest report.
Police said Williams was involved in a shooting in April. He currently has
two violent criminal cases pending in court.
Parker is charged with possession of a defaced firearm and tampering with
physical evidence. Williams is charged with carrying a concealed deadly
weapon and tampering with physical evidence.