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Man Crashes Into Cat Hospital, Arrested With Loaded Handgun

The London Police have arrested a 37-year-old man for drug-impaired operation of a motor vehicle following a veterinary clinic being struck in the area of Adelaide Street North and Central Avenue this morning.

At approximately 3:50am, London Police received a 911 call in relation to a hit and run. The driver was apparently operating a white Mazda van and was last seen driving southbound on Adelaide Street with minor front-end damage to the vehicle. The vehicle and a suspect were located by police at Adelaide Street near King Street.

Police recovered a loaded handgun and suspected crystal Methamphetamine from inside the vehicle.

As a result of this investigation, 37-Year old Raymond Wilson, of London, was arrested and charged with the following Criminal Code of Canada and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act offences:

Use/handle/store firearm carelessly
Possess firearm while prohibited
Possess prohibited/restricted weapon
Occupy motor vehicle with firearm
Possess loaded regulated firearm
Impaired operation of a motor vehicle
Possess Schedule I substance for the purposes of trafficking

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