Peterborough police intercept Toronto man carrying concealed butcher knife

A Toronto man was arrested in Peterborough after he was found carrying a concealed butcher knife, police allege. Global News File

A Toronto man faces charges after allegedly being found carrying a concealed butcher knife to a Peterborough residence Monday afternoon.

Peterborough Police Service say they received information that a man carrying a weapon would be attending a Dalhousie Street property.

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Police say around 2 p.m., the accused arrived at the property and was arrested by officers, who found a hidden butcher-style knife on him.

During the arrest, the suspect allegedly gave police a false name. Further investigation revealed the man’s true identity.

Nathan Kabwe, 21, of Toronto was charged with the following offences:

  • carrying a concealed weapon
  • obstructing a peace officer
  • failure to comply with a recognizance.

Kabwe was held in custody and is scheduled to appear in court in Peterborough on Tuesday, police said.

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