People and guns were loaded at Wednesday's St. Patrick's Day parade.
The KCPD was watching from a police helicopter high above the parade route when it spotted 21-year-old Michael C. Glover as
he allegedly placed an object in the corner of a wall at 38th Street and
Police recovered a Makarov
9 mm semiautomatic handgun from the spot.
Glover returned to the spot where he'd allegedly left the bang-bang, and found cops waiting for him. He tried to run from them but was detained after a brief foot chase, according to charging documents.
Glover was charged Friday with being a felon in possession of a firearm, according
to the U.S. Attorney for Missouri's Western District.
In 2010, Glover pleaded guilty to felony drug charges. He was on probation at the time of his arrest on Wednesday. According to Department of Corrections records, he'd received a suspended execution of sentence and had been released from prison on February 8, after 120 days of "shock incarceration." Not easily shocked, that one.