OHSWEKEN — Two Ohsweken men are facing weapons charges after they were stopped by police in the village.
At around 2:20 a.m. on Saturday, February 5 — SNP were stopped by a resident saying there were two suspicious males in the area. Officers saw a black pickup truck in the parking lot of a business on 4th Line.
When police approached the vehicle, two men came out and said they ran out of gas and asked for a ride home. Police recognized the driver, identified that he initially gave officers a fake name, and recognized he had outstanding arrest warrants. He was taken into custody after trying to flee from police.
Police found two firearms and ammunition inside the truck. Landon Thomas-Henry, 20, of Ohsweken and Cameron Hunter Reid, 20, of Ohsweken are both facing weapons charges.
Thomas-Henry is facing additional charges on outstanding warrants for Assault, Assault with a Weapon, Breaking and Entering, Failing to comply with release conditions, resisting arrest, obstructing an officer, failing to appear and mischief.