Knives, drugs and replica guns found during traffic stop in Cambridge: Waterloo police

A Waterloo Regional Police vehicle . Ahmad Fareed Khan / Global News

Waterloo Regional Police pulled a man over in Cambridge early Saturday and found a lot more than they likely expected.

Police say officers pulled a vehicle over on Alison Avenue at around 5:45 a.m. and say they discovered a prohibited driver behind the wheel.

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They arrested the driver, a 29-year-old man, before they searched the vehicle.

Officers found prohibited knives, more than 15 grams of suspected methamphetamine, two replica handguns and a replica assault rifle.

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The driver is facing numerous charges including with operation while prohibited, with possession of prohibited weapons, breaching terms of a weapons order, and possession for the purpose of trafficking.


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