Two teenagers, one from Brampton and the opposite from Mississauga, are facing a rash of charges after police stormed into a enterprise with heavily-armed tactical officers.
The incident occurred simply earlier than 9 p.m. on Sept. 12 at a enterprise on Principal Avenue in Wasaga Seashore.
Huronia West OPP’s canine unit and tactical unit, together with the provincial Repeat Offender & Parole Enforcement unit, arrested two individuals, one among whom they allege was needed in a hit-and-run incident.
Throughout a search, police say they discovered a prohibited weapon (handgun), prohibited system (performed power weapon), Canadian forex, cocaine, crack cocaine and paraphernalia related to trafficking.
Jalen Pitt, 19, of Brampton, is charged with unauthorized possession of a prohibited firearm, carrying a hid weapon and possession of cocaine for the aim of trafficking.
Jerome Pantlitz-Solomon, 19, of Mississauga, is charged with failing to conform together with his recognizance, possession of a managed substance for the aim of trafficking and failure to cease on the scene of an accident.