Oshawa man charged after weapons and medicines had been confiscated at Orillia visitors management publish
An Oshawa man is one of three suspects charged after a traffic stop in Orillia that led to the seizure of drugs, cash and loaded weapons, according to Ontario provincial police.
The incident began around 1 a.m. on June 2 when a vehicle was stopped on Wyandotte Street for a traffic violation, police said. Several people were arrested in the car and officers confiscated two loaded handguns, as well as crack cocaine, illegal cannabis and a large amount of cash, police said.
Dawson Tulloch, 19, from Oshawa and 28-year-old Deshawn Cauta from North York were charged with drug and gun possession. Malachi Bainbridge, 19, from Toronto, is charged with drug offenses and obstruction of the police.