Teen Arrested After Robbery With Imitation Firearm
Monday September 12th, 2016
Posted at 6:40pm
Hello time traveller!!
This article is 763 days old.
The information listed below is likely outdated and has been preserved for archival purposes.
A Windsor teen is facing several charges after a robbery with an imitation firearm.
Police say that around 11:30pm on Saturday September 10th, they were called to the 3200 block of Forest Glade Drive in regards to a person with a gun.
When police arrived they spoke to three complaints, who told them that at approximately 11pm they were walking in the park near Forest Glade Arena when they observed a group of people. Two males from the group and approached them and began to argue with them. They kept walking and then heard the footsteps of the two males approaching them from behind. They stated that one of the two male suspects pointed a firearm at the complainants, threatened them and demanded money. They started to walk away and the suspect struck one of the complainants. The complainants ran to their vehicle and the suspects followed after them. They got into the vehicle, drove to a nearby location and called the police.
Officers located two males matching the description in the 2900 block of Forest Glade Drive and placed both suspects under arrest and located an imitation firearm upon searching the suspect.
Through the investigation, police say that investigators determined that the one male wasn’t involved in the incident and he was released. The second suspect is still outstanding and officers continue to investigate.
A 16-year-old male is charged with three counts of robbery with a firearm, three counts of uttering threats, three counts of pointing firearm, one count of assault, and one count of possession of imitation handgun dangerous to the public peace.