5 youths charged in connection to brawl in downtown Kitchener in December: Waterloo police

Waterloo Regional Police say they arrested five youths in connection with a brawl in downtown Kitchener in December 2021.

At the time, police said 150 people were in attendance when a brawl broke out near Eby Street North and King Street East at around 11 a.m. on December 16, 2021

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150 teenagers take part in downtown Kitchener brawl: Waterloo police

According to police reports, weapons such as hammers, machetes, batons and hatchets were involved.

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The five teenagers, aged 14 to 17, are charged with malfunction and assault with a gun.

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Some face additional charges, such as using dangerous weapons, carrying a hidden weapon, and making threats.

Police say they may not be ready to track down the unknowns as they continue the investigation and expect more charges to come in the future.

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