Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident on Fourth Line Road on Wednesday, February 6.
Two westbound vehicles collided with each other, sending both into the ditch.
Police spoke with both drivers, a 28 year old male and a 19 year old female. Minor injuries were sustained as a result of the collision. Both vehicles received damages, and were towed from the scene. The vehicles involved are described as a Chevy Equinox and a Ford Escape.
Police responded to a report of a 911 hang-up at a residence on First Line Road
Police investigation revealed that a vehicle had been seen in the driveway, but had since left. Police remained in the area patrolling and shortly thereafter, observed a vehicle in the driveway with it’s lights off and engine running.
Police approached the vehicle to ascertain it’s status, as the plates and vehicle did not match. As Police approached the vehicle to speak with the lone occupant, a firearm could be seen under the Driver’s hand.
Police arrested the male for possession of the loaded Smith & Wesson 9mm Pistol, which was reported stolen from the Brantford area. Police also seized a switchblade knife from the male’s sweater, upon his arrest.
Darryl Stacey Shone Doxtator, 47, of Six Nations is facing an extensive list of weapons charges in connection to that incident.
Injuries in two vehicle crash
On Thursday, February 7 the Six Nations Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Third Line Road and Cayuga Road.
Two vehicles collided in the intersection, sending both into the ditch.
Police spoke with both drivers, a 58 year old male and a 26 year old male. Injuries requiring medical attention were sustained as a result of the collision. The 58 year old male from Hamilton, as well as the 26 year old Six Nations male and his 30 year old female passenger were transported to hospital for medical treatment.
Both vehicles received damages, and were towed from the scene. The vehicles involved are described as a northbound grey Subaru Forester and a westbound red Madza 3.
Anyone with information about any of these incidents are asked to please contact the Six Nations Police at 519-445-2811 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or www.crimestoppers-brant.ca