A Toronto man is facing impaired driving and weapons charges after he was stopped by police early Sunday morning.
Officers were called out to the Keele Street and George Appleton Way, south of Wilson Avenue, around 6:00 a.m. for an impaired driver.
It’s alleged the man pulled into a gas station and was located by officers unconscious behind the wheel. He had vomited inside/outside the vehicle.
He was arrested for impaired care and control; officers also found a loaded .45 calibre pistol in the vehicle.
Other charges for Tylor Lansdowne-Thomas, 25, include unauthorized possession of a firearm and over 80mgs care and control.