Around 3:30 a.m., Peel police responded to reports of shots fired in the area of Derry Road East and Professional Court. No injuries were reported.
Police takedown ends in 4-vehicle crash in Mississauga
Later in the day, police arrested a suspect in connection to the incident. He was charged with six offences: Knowledge of unauthorized possession of firearm, possession of a loaded prohibited or restricted firearm, occupant of motor vehicle knowing there was unauthorized possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm, possession of firearm contrary to order, obstruct peace officer and operation while prohibited. He was held for a bail hearing later in the day.
Meanwhile, officers are still searching for any suspects involved in a shooting on an on-ramp to Highway 401 at Dixie Road earlier Sunday morning. A suspect vehicle pulled up beside another vehicle accessing Highway 401 and opened fire on two men. No injuries were reported.
Police did not have any information suggesting the incident was tied to the shooting near the banquet hall later in the morning.
Cst. Akhil Mooken says when police tried to stop the vehicle, it crashed into a police cruiser and another car.
Following the shooting on the 401, police said the suspect vehicle, described as a black, older model “SUV type truck,” was last seen heading east on the 401 near Highway 427.
Anyone with information or dashcam video related to the incident can call police at 905-453-2121 ext. 1233.
Two Peel Regional Police officers have been sent to hospital after their car collided with a vehicle they were pursuing in Mississauga.
Peel Regional Police say four people were injured, including two officers, during an arrest that resulted in a collision in Mississauga on Thursday.
Police say at around 3 p.m., officers located a suspect vehicle wanted in connection with a break-and-enter in Brampton that occurred about an hour earlier.
When they attempted to stop the vehicle in the area of Mavis Road and Twain Avenue, the suspect vehicle collided with both the unmarked police car and a civilian vehicle.
A police spokesperson told Global News one suspect was arrested at the scene, while three others fled and remain outstanding.
The suspect arrested by police was also injured in the crash. On Thursday night, police said his injuries are minor.
Mavis Road was closed in both directions between Ray Lawson Boulevard and Derry Road but it has since reopened.