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Police called to dispute at Timmies

Police called to dispute at Timmies

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police were dispatched to a disturbance involving two vehicles at the Tim Horton’s drive-thru Tuesday morning — reporting that one of the vehicles was trying to ram the other. Additional information was provided that a male from one of the vehicles had a handgun. Responding police units surrounded the Tim Horton’s

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police were dispatched to a disturbance involving two vehicles at the Tim Horton’s drive-thru Tuesday morning — reporting that one of the vehicles was trying to ram the other.

Additional information was provided that a male from one of the vehicles had a handgun.

Responding police units surrounded the Tim Horton’s and contained the suspect vehicle and detained the male driver who was reported to have a firearm.  Upon investigation, no firearm was involved.  The male was, in fact, taking a picture with his phone of the vehicle involved.

No charges were laid.  Both vehicles and drivers left the area without incident.

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