Police arrest Kitchener man in connection with break-in
A Kitchener man faces a barrage of charges following a break in a garage in that town.
According to police, the man was arrested in connection with an incident on Sunday in which officers were called to take a break and enter. They claim that a motor vehicle was stolen from this garage.
On Monday police said they had arrested the driver and a passenger of the stolen vehicle in the area of Victoria Street North and Forfar Avenue and saw signs that the driver was impaired. They say that has been proven correct.
Upon further investigation, the police confiscated a small amount of suspected fentanyls and a jackknife hidden from the driver.
Kitchener, 36, has faced multiple charges of gun possession, attempted break-ins, vehicle theft, and driving disorders.