Waterloo Regional Police say charges were laid after several people were spotted driving around with guns pointed outside of windows out of a vehicle over the weekend in Woolwich Township.
Police say they were called to Northfield Drive East and Scotch Line Road near Elmira at around 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning.
They say they had received calls about the weapons being pointed outside of the windows.
A police spokesperson told Global News that officers tracked the group down as they were hunting in a field.
They say the officers charged a 27-year-old Goderich male with unlawfully shooting an air gun under the Conservation Authorities Act.
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