A male was transported to Grand River Hospital after being assaulted and suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Police make arrest in Good Friday shooting in Waterloo
As a result of the investigation, police were able to locate the male suspect at a residence in the area.
Waterloo teen arrested in connection to Subway shooting in April
A search warrant was executed and a 24-year-old male was arrested. The male was charged with Assault with a Weapon.
Police have linked Thursdays bizarre crash with a brazen shooting in Waterloo over the Easter weekend.
On May 16, police released information about a 17-year-old male they were looking for in connection to the shooting, where more than 30 bullets were sprayed into a store in a King Street North plaza.
Then, on Thursday, police stopped a car whose driver who was allegedly using a cellphone. When police began speaking to him, he allegedly took off before crashing into a light pole at King and River.
Officers and a canine unit searched a nearby wooded area along the Grand River for hours, finding a loaded handgun but no suspect. Police have not confirmed whether the handgun and the suspect are connected.
Police say 30 bullets were shot at a Subway restaurant around 2 a.m. on April 19. A 26-year-old Toronto-area man was shot and taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Around 1:30 a.m. on Friday, the suspect was arrested in Etobicoke. Police say he was involved in both the shooting and the car crash.
The youth is facing more than 20 charges in these two cases, including discharging a firearm with intent to endanger life and aggravated assault.
He is scheduled to appear in court on Friday. His name is under a publication ban under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.