London police say they’ve arrested the final suspect sought in a week-long weapons investigation that stemmed from a disturbance in northwest London.
It began just after 12 a.m. on Sept. 13.
Officers were called to a parking lot at 1229 Wonderland Rd. N. following reports of a gunshot heard in the area.
Police arrived to find a man suffering from stab wounds. He was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, but has since been released.
Evidence on-site showed a firearm had been discharged, but police said no gunshot-related injuries were reported.
Later that day, officers announced the disturbance had been deemed a weapons investigation.
Police also revealed that four Londoners, ranging in age from 21 to 26, had been charged with a number of weapon-related offences.
Other charges included breach of probation, possession of cannabis and occupying a vehicle with a restricted firearm.
A further update on Thursday saw police lay more charges and revealed that a fifth suspect from London remained at large.
By late Friday morning, police said their search for the 23-year-old had been successful.
The accused remains in custody with a court appearance set for Friday. He faces four weapon-related offences.
The four other suspects made court appearances last week.
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