Drug bust near I.L. Thomas results in four arrests

Four people have been arrested after Six Nations Police conducted a drug and weapons bust at a rural Six Nations home near I.L. Thomas Elementary School.

On Oct. 5, police conducted a search warrant at a Cayuga Road address near I.L. Thomas Elementary School. Upon entry, police found a loaded gun inside a trailer and a woman and man, who police described as “combative”, actively resisting arrest.

As the search warrant continued, police found another man and woman, along with weapons and drugs. They found two firearms, a crossbow, ammunition, body armour, cocaine, methamphetamine, currency, cell phones, a digital scale and stolen property.

Community members were calling for the accused to be banished from the community.

The accused and charges are as follows:

Dillon James Miller, 32, of Ohsweken, who is facing the following charges:

-Firearm, weapon, ammunition, careless use
-firearm, unauthorized possession
-weapon: unauthorized possession
-firearm: knowledge of unauthorized possession
-weapon: knowledge of unauthorized possession
-four counts of fail to comply with a release order
-possession of stolen property under $5,000
-firearm or weapon, possession contrary to prohibition order, two counts

Brett Elgin Elliott Sr. 53, who is facing the following charges:

-possession for the purpose of trafficking, cocaine
-possession for the purpose of trafficking, methamphetamine
-possession for the purpose of trafficking, methadone
-two counts of careless use of a firearm
-unauthorized possession of a firearm
-unauthorized possession of a weapon
-knowledge of unauthorized possession, firearm
-knowledge of unauthorized possession, weapon
-firearm, tampering with a serial number
-firearm or weapon, possession contrary to a prohibition order, three counts
-assault with intent to resist arrest, two counts
-proceeds of crime under $5,000
-possession of stolen property under $5,000

Nancy Grace Ladouceur, 55, who is facing the following charges:

-possession for the purpose of trafficking – cocaine
-possession for the purpose of trafficking – methamphetamine
-possession for the purpose of trafficking – methadone
-two counts of careless use of a firearm, weapons and ammunition
-unauthorized possession of a firearm
-unauthorized possession of a weapon
-firearm, tampering with a serial number
-proceeds of crime under $5,000
-possession of stolen property under $5,000
-breach of probation

Luella Shalise Elliott-Doxtador, 26, who is facing the following charges:

-careless use of a firearm, weapon and ammunition
-unauthorized possession of a firearm
-unauthorized possession of a weapon
-fail to comply with a release order, three counts
-possession of stolen property under $5,000

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