Six Nations Police raid three properties, make drug arrests

OHSWEKEN — On March 4, Six Nation Police executed two Controlled Drug and Substance Act search warrants at two different locations. The properties were located on Mohawk Road and First Line Road on the Six Nations Territory.

Police entered the Mohawk Road residence and located two females inside as well as various drug paraphernalia in plain view.

Police searched the residence and a vehicle at the location.

The two females identified as Ruth Ann Longboat, 54, of Ohsweken, and Tanya Laforme, 45, of New Credit were arrested.

Police also entered and searched the First Line Road. A male suspect was located inside the home with his girlfriend and a small child. The male suspect, identified as Shane Longboat, 30, of Ohsweken was arrested by Police.

The female and child were not charged.

Police seized the following items during the two search warrants: an undisclosed amount of cash, cocaine, oxycontin, methadone, digital scales

All are facing drug trafficking charges and will appear in court at a later date.

On March 5, Six Nation Police executed a Controlled Drug and Substance Act search warrant at a Chiefswood Road address on the Six Nations Territory.

Police entered the residence and located two adults and a child inside.

Evan Staats, 56, of Ohsweken, and Jenna Bomberry, 27, of Ohsweken were arrested by Police.

The child was turned over to Family Services. Police conducted a search of the location.

Police seized the following items as a result of the search warrant: Cocaine, Oxycocet, Hydromorphone, Digital scale, Baggies for distribution and an undisclosed amount of cash

Staats and Bomberry are also facing drug trafficking charges.


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