Transit driver threatened with knife in Waterloo

Waterloo Regional Police have charged a 60-year-old man for allegedly brandishing a pocket knife during a verbal dispute with a Grand River Transit bus driver on Tuesday night.

Waterloo Regional Police say a 60-year-old Waterloo man has been arrested after he allegedly brandished a pocket knife during a verbal dispute with a public transit driver. 

The incident happened on Tuesday night at about 9:30 p.m. on a Grand River Transit bus near University Avenue and Hazel Street in Waterloo. 

No-one was hurt, according to police.

Officers caught up to the suspect on another public transit bus at Conestoga Mall in Waterloo, where he was arrested without incident.