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Reports of assault with conductive energy weapon in University District leads to arrest

Waterloo Regional Police cruiser is seen in Kitchener in 2015. (CTV News) Waterloo Regional Police cruiser is seen in Kitchener in 2015. (CTV News)

Waterloo regional police have arrested a man after reports of an assault with a conductive energy weapon (CEW) in the University District Saturday afternoon.

Officers were called to the area of University Avenue West and Phillip Street around 2 p.m.

Police arrested a man and say they seized a CEW, knife, and makeshift brass knuckles.

No injuries were reported.

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