Two Oshawa residents are facing weapons charges after being stopped by police in Lindsay.
According to the Kawartha Lakes Police Service, officers were called to Devan Court in Lindsay for a call of a suspicious person around 6:30 Friday (Sept. 3).
“Police attended after a vehicle had entered Devan Court, a male in the vehicle had reportedly been seen in the area earlier in the day, and was witnessed carrying what was believed to be a firearm,” the media release reads.
“Officers located the vehicle on Hamilton Street and arrested the occupants.”
Jamal Blair-Henningham, 21, and Elijah Watts-Scharshmidt, 19, have been charged with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, unauthorized possession of a firearm and unauthorized possession of weapon.
They are scheduled to appear in Lindsay court on Oct. 14.