POLICE PURSUIT ENDS WITH ARREST OF FEMALE On Friday, July 17, 2015, at 3:25pm, Six Nations Police attempted to pull over a black pickup truck that was involved in an earlier Pursuit with Police (in June of 2015). Six Nations Police attempted to stop the truck on 5th Line Road but the Driver failed
POLICE PURSUIT ENDS WITH ARREST OF FEMALE
On Friday, July 17, 2015, at 3:25pm, Six Nations Police attempted to pull over a black pickup truck that was involved in an earlier Pursuit with Police (in June of 2015).
Six Nations Police attempted to stop the truck on 5th Line Road but the Driver failed to stop for Police, causing a Suspect Apprehension Pursuit to take place.
Police pursued the truck to a Cayuga Road address and arrested the female driver. Speeds during the Pursuit, reached 145km/hr.
During the course of the arrest, the woman was extremely uncooperative with Police. She continuously yelled obscenities to Police, attempted to flee on foot, and resisted arrest.
Nancy Grace LADOUCEUR (ELLIOTT) – 48 years old, is charged with Flight From Police Officer, Dangerous Driving, and Assault with intent to resist arrest, all contrary to the Criminal Code. She was held for a weekend Bail Hearing on Saturday July 18th, 2015 to answer to the charges against her.
SPEEDER CHARGED WITH NUMEROUS OFFENCES
On Saturday July 18th, 2015, in the late evening hours, Six Nations Police stopped a red Chevy Monte Carlo in the area of Chiefswood Road and 4th Line, for speeding into the Village of Ohsweken.
As the car was recorded to be travelling 120km/hr in a 60km/hr zone, Police charged the 29 year old Six Nations woman with stunt driving as well as Suspended Driving, Driving without a Licence, and Driving with Wrong licence Plates on the vehicle.
POLICE PURSUIT ENDS WITH MALE ARRESTED
On Saturday, July 18th, 2015, at approximately 2:00am, Six Nations Police observed a black Ford Fusion, that was involved in an earlier family dispute incident with Haldimand O.P.P. It was reported that the man involved had fled in the Ford car.
Six Nations Police attempted to assist the O.P.P. in getting the car stopped in the Villa Nova Road and Townline Road area, but the Driver failed to stop for Police, causing a Suspect Apprehension Pursuit to take place.
Police were unable to get the vehicle stopped and, due to weather and traffic concerns, discontinued the Pursuit.
Shortly thereafter, Six Nations Police observed the same car on Townline Road and again, attempted to stop the car.
The man intentionally rammed and sideswiped the Police cruiser, losing control and ending up in a field. No injuries were sustained by the Six Nations Officer as a result of the collision. The man sustained minimal injuries as a result of his actions.
Police arrested a 22 year old Caledonia man for Dangerous Driving and turned him over to the O.P.P. to answer to the charge against him.
WOMAN CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING AFTER SINGLE MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT
On Sunday, July 19th, 2015, at 9:36pm, Six Nations Police investigated a Motor Vehicle Accident on 6th Line Road west of Tuscarora Road, on the Six Nations Territory.
The vehicle reportedly left the roadway entering the ditch and rolling over into a ravine.
A 34 year old woman from Six Nations had received minor injuries as a result of the rollover and was transported to hospital.
The woman was displaying signs of being impaired by alcohol and was given breath tests which she failed.
Police arrested and charged the driver and lone occupant Kylene Williams – 34 years old with IMPAIRED DRIVING, OVER 80, and DANGEROUS DRIVING, all contrary to the criminal Code.
POLICE SEIZE DRUGS BEING GROWN IN BUSH LOT
On Monday July 20th, 2015 at 10:00 A.M., Six Nations Police located an outdoor marihuana grow operation within a small gathering of trees, at the east end of Second Line Road, in the Six Nations Territory.
Police located and seized marihuana plants, gardening supplies, fertilizer, soil, hoses, pumps, and what appeared to be a small campsite.
In total, approximately 3,000 plants in various stages of maturity were seized and destroyed by Police. The total value of the destruction, plus tools seized/destroyed is $3,005,000.
Six Nations Police have limited information on Suspects but are continuing to investigate. The woman was released on a Promise to Appear and is to appear in Brantford Court on August 28th, 2015 to answer to the charges against her.