North Bay man charged with dangerous weapon and methamphetamine possession
Published Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:06PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:11PM EDT
North Bay Police
SUDBURY – During the afternoon of October 7 in North Bay, police responded to a call indicating a man had pointed a firearm at a pedestrian.
It is alleged that the accused was driving his white Honda Civic and almost crashed into a male victim who was walking in the area of Fisher Street at Oak Street.
The accused began to swear at the victim and then pointed what appeared to be a handgun at him.
The accused then fled in his car as the victim called the police.
Police located the accused and seized the following from his vehicle:
- a loaded 12 gauge flare gun
- a black metal bb pistol
- 40 live rounds of .22 gauge rounds
- a quantity of suspected methamphetamine pills
- a scale and numerous empty baggies
Police say they have charged the 25-year-old accused with the following:
- One count of Possession of firearm knowing that possession unauthorized
- Two counts of Possession of Weapons Dangerous
- One count of Possession for the purpose of trafficking (methamphetamine)
The accused is expected to appear in the North Bay Courthouse on October 22.