Chatman man facing several weapons charges
A Chatham man is facing several weapons charges following a violent incident on Sunday.
According to police, they received reports of a party who had been stabbed Monday evening at a residence on Stanley Avenue.
Police located the victim and learned the incident happened the day prior, and they also received information that a firearm was discharged.
Officers canvassed the area and were informed by several neighbors that they had heard a loud bang.
Police then located the man's residence, and after approximately one hour of negotiating, he surrendered himself.
In a search following his arrest, police located several rounds of ammunition on him and methamphetamine.
After obtaining a search warrant for the residence police also located a taser and a sawed off rifle.
The 43 year-old is charged with four counts of possession of firearm or ammunition contrary to prohibition order and possession of a schedule 1 substance.
He was also wanted for failing to attend court, and has been held in custody pending a bail hearing.
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