Three facing drugs, weapons charges

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations Police say children were taken into the care of Six Nations child protection service after three people were arrested in a home search on August 12.

Police executed a search warrant at a residence on Bicentennial Trail and seized cocaine, hydromorphone pills, baggies, a digital scale, an undisclosed amount of cash, ammunition, a shotgun and cellphones. An unspecified number of children on the premises were located by police and put into the care of Ogwadenideo, Six Nation child protection service.

Three people all from Ohsweken — Clayton Dorrence Henry, 40; Jodie Ann Montour, 41 and Timothy Rodney Willis, 46 were arrested and are now facing drug trafficking and weapons charges.

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