SIX NATIONS — Six Nations Police say two people were arrested and a young child apprehended by Six Nations Child Protection Services after a search for drugs was executed at a home on Second Line.
Police say on June 21 a warrant was issued to search the home at 1917 Second Line Road on Six Nations. During the search police discovered crack cocaine, an undisclosed amount of cash and drug paraphernalia consistent with drug trafficking.
A cannabis plant was also found growing on the property and a prohibited weapon was also recovered.
Two people are now facing charges: William Errol Hill Jr., 36, and Jillian May McIntee, 34, are facing drug trafficking and weapons charges.
According to police the two were released on a promise to appear notice. They are set to be in court on August 9. McIntee was released with the additional condition not to return to Six Nations of the Grand River territory.