The South Simcoe Police Service says a teen has been charged following a disturbance on Saturday in Innisfil.
Just after 1:00 a.m., officers say they responded to multiple calls about a disturbance involving three intoxicated males, and a possible assault, in the area of King Street North and Church Street in Cookstown.
Police say one of the males ran from the scene when they arrived.
According to officers, after attempting to speak to a second male, the third male kept intervening in the investigation and was subsequently arrested for obstructing police.
They say he resisted arrest and ran from the scene but quickly returned and was taken into custody.
The first male who ran earlier was located by the K9 Unit hiding in nearby bushes and taken into custody.
Police seized three air guns, including one realistic replica of a Glock, along with detachable magazines, and a knife.
A 17-year-old male was transported to hospital as a precaution, and another 17-year-old male was treated at the scene for minor injuries.
As a result of an investigation, a 16-year-old Innisfil male was charged with obstructing a peace officer, and assault with intent to resist arrest.
He was released to a parent with a future court date.
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