A Kansas City man is facing a federal firearm charge after police found him asleep in a running car at a stop sign.
It was just after 6 a.m. Monday when police were called to 42nd and Harrison streets and discovered Edward D. Clark asleep behind the wheel of a running car in the middle of the street.
Police saw a bag of what appeared to be cocaine in his lap and a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun next to his foot, according to court documents.
Officers also noticed he had white powder caked in his nostrils, according to court records.
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Because Clark, 38, has prior felony convictions for assault and armed criminal action, he cannot legally possess a firearm, court documents say.