London Police have charged two brothers after a vehicle was stolen in the south end, struck two vehicles in Wortley Village, and hit a tree in the east end.
It was just after 10 p.m. Tuesday when police received a call saying a vehicle had been stolen on Ridout Street South.
Soon after, police were called about a vehicle striking two unoccupied vehicles in the area of Bruce Street and Elmwood Avenue, causing roughly $30,000 in damage.
By 11 o’clock, police received multiple 911 calls about a vehicle hitting a tree on Tweedsmuir Avenue, with reports that two men fled the scene as several citizens gave chase.
One of the citizens was cut by a tool one of suspects had, suffering a minor injury.
The suspects were eventually arrested in a nearby wooded area.
London Police have since charged 25-year-old Marshall Cornelius with possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, resisting arrest, assaulting a peace officer, and assault with a weapon; 28-year-old Robert Cornelius faces charges of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.