After a suspected impaired driving crash in Toronto, a Brampton man is facing several charges.
Toronto police say that on July 29, 2018, at 3:26 a.m., officers made an arrest in the area of Sheppard Avenue West and Chesswood Drive.
According to police, officers investigated a driver for impaired driving. The suspect attempted to evade police and crashed into three parked vehicles. He was subsequently arrested.
A recent release reads that a loaded Sig Sauer P220 .45 calibre with eight rounds of .45 calibre ammunition and a Glock 17, 9mm calibre with one round of 9mm ammunition were seized, as well as heroin and cocaine.
Yass Abdillahi, 25, of Brampton, has been charged with the following.
1. Three counts of Possess Schedule I Substance
2. Two counts of Unauthorized possession of a firearm
3. Driving while ability impaired
4. Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
5. Assault with intent to resist arrest
6. Escape lawful custody
7. Six counts of Possess Schedule I Substance for Trafficking
8. Two counts of Unauthorized possession of a firearm
9. Two counts of Possess a prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition
10. Two counts of Unauthorized possession of a firearm in motor vehicle
11. Four counts of Unauthorized possession of a prohibited or restricted weapon
12. Two counts of Possession of a weapon
13. Two counts of Possession of a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized
14. Three counts of Possession of a firearm or ammunition contrary to prohibition order
15. Fail or refuse to provide sample
16. Two counts of Fail to comply with recognizance
17. Two counts of Possession of a firearm prohibited or restricted weapon obtained by crime
18. Three counts of Possession of property obtained by crime under $5000
19. Tampering with a serial number of a firearm
20. Fail to comply with probation order
He appeared in court on July 30.
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Photos courtesy of Toronto police handout