Dangerous driving and intimidation charges

SIX NATIONS — On Monday 18 May 2020 Police responded to a traffic complaint at the community COVID 19 checkpoint located at Highway 54 and Painter Road.

Officers determined that a couple driving a truck displaying a “Resident Pass” had been waved through the checkpoint by security. As they continued travelling eastbound, a black pickup truck passed them on a curve in the roadway.

Once in front of them, the black truck came to an abrupt stop, nearly causing a collision. The driver of the black truck exited his vehicle and approached the couple in a loud and threatening manner. The driver was identified as Jeffery Allan Henhawk (41 years) of Ohsweken. Mr. Henhawk was recognized as one of the workers at the checkpoint.

Mr. Henhawk was arrested and faces charges of Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Intimidation. He was released on an Undertaking to appear in Brantford court on July 30, 2020.

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