SIX NATIONS — The former head of the Haudenosaunee Development Institute, Hazel Hill, was arrested by Six Nations Police Wednesday during a raid on her home property.
Police say they executed a search warrant at Hill’s home on Sour Springs Road and recovered stolen vehicles, firearms and drugs.
Police say when they arrived at the property a man jumped from a second floor balcony and attempted to flee. He was apprehended and taken into custody.
A total of four firearms were located, two of them loaded, along with rounds of loose ammunition. One of the firearms was on file reported stolen from a break and enter with OPP Wellington County.
Additional items recovered included drug packaging, debt lists, and cell phones and digital scales which tested positive for Fentanyl.
Officers also found a bulk amount of lottery scratch tickets also believed to be from a break and enter. A search of the large detached garage and rear property was conducted with police seizing five vehicles confirmed stolen, and a snow mobile awaiting confirmation. One of the vehicles was involved in a robbery on Monday.
Hill was arrested and charged with five counts of careless use of a firearm, four counts of unauthorized possession, three counts of possessing stolen property and possession of fentanyl. Police say she was taken into custody and released on an undertaking.
Along with her, four others were arrested: John Alexander Hill, 30; Richard Andrew Hill, 29; Lyle Anderson, 23; Madolyn Twyla Porter, 31 — all of Ohsweken. All are charged with possession of weapons possession of stolen property and possession of fentanyl.