OHSWEKEN — Three Six Nations people are facing a number of charges after a raid of an illegal cannabis dispensary shop on Sour Springs Road Monday where police also discovered cocaine residue. Armed with a warrant, Six Nations Police entered the store that advertised Cannabis and THC for sale.
The Six Nations People’s Cannabis Coalition co-Chair Hayley Doxtator posted to social media Monday afternoon, saying the illegal dispensary was called Upper End Glass and Stash and is a member of the Coalition.
Upon police arrival, one man was located at the front door and another man was in the rear area of the store. Both were taken into custody.
Police said cannabis items were on display at the store.
During the raid, police discovered: large bulk of cannabis bud, edible products containing Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a variety of gummies containing Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Vape products containing Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Psilocybin chocolate bars (also known as mushrooms), Cocaine residue, $1,870 in cash and a replica “air soft” hand gun
As a result of the investigation, Tyden Jeffery Hill, 22, of Brantford, and Kaleb Quwade Powless, 19, of Ohsweken, are facing various charges under the controlled Drugs and Substance Act for possession and trafficking of psilocybin and possession of cocaine. They are charged for possession and distribution of illicit cannabis for the purpose of selling under the Cannabis Act.
The female owner, Mona Darlene Racette, 64, of Ohsweken, is charged under the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act for Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Psilocybin; the Cannabis Act for distributing illicit Cannabis, the Cannabis Act for Possession for the Purpose of Distribution, and the Cannabis Act for Possession for the Purpose of Selling.
All three were released and are expected to answer to the charges in court on July 22, 2021.