JOLIET – A parolee was arrested after police officers found drugs, drug paraphernalia, ammunition and a loaded handgun at his apartment, authorities said.
Reginald Holloway, 30, of the 300 block of North Broadway in Joliet was arrested on a warrant that was issued Feb. 10 after police found drugs, ammunition, drug paraphernalia and a handgun at his apartment, Joliet Deputy Police Chief Ed Gregory said.
Holloway has been on parole since Feb. 26, 2016, after serving time for residential burglary. Hollaway had been sentenced to seven years in prison. He previously has been incarcerated for armed robbery and aggravated robbery convictions.
Gregory said police officers executed a search warrant at Holloway’s home Jan. 30 and reportedly found the drugs, drug paraphernalia, ammunition and handgun at that time.
Holloway was charged with possession of a controlled substance, armed habitual criminal and felony possession of a firearm, and also with violating his parole.
Holloway was booked into the Will County jail. His bond had been previously set at $300,000.
Holloway is scheduled to appear in court April 30.