Six Nations Police Briefs July 15 2015

Deceased Man discovered on Bicentennial Trail

Six Nations police responded to a report of a deceased man on Bicentennial Trail in Ohsweken on Wednesday, July 8.

Police investigated the address and located a deceased man lying in a shed on the property. The coroner pronounced the man dead on the scene.

An autopsy was performed to determine the cause of death and prove or dismiss any suspicious activity. No signs of foul play were discovered, and the autopsy determined that the man had died of a heart attack. The 54 year-old Six Nations man was identified through fingerprints, and his family has been notified of his sudden death.


ATV Stolen from residence

On Saturday, July 11th, 2015, Six Nations Police attended a 3rd Line Road address in response to a report of a stolen ATV.

Police spoke with the owner at the residence who told Police that his 2006 450 Honda quad 4-trax was stolen sometime overnight from his driveway. The ATV is described as being yellow and having both front and rear racks attached. The ATV was unplated at the time of the theft. Police have limited information on suspects at this time and are continuing to investigate.


Suspect arrested for failure to remain and impaired driving

On Saturday, July 11th, 2015, at 5:06pm, Six Nations Police were looking for a red coloured Chevrolet pickup truck  with a possible impaired driver who may have been involved in a hit and run in the area of Brant Highway 54 and #6 Old School Road.

OPP investigators assisting discovered that a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado that was being operated by a female from Six Nations of the Grand River First Nations had struck 2 people.

The injured persons, 1 female and 1 male were treated at the scene by The County of Brant Ambulance and had only minor injuries.

Police located the truck travelling Southbound on Chiefswood Road and stopped the truck on 5th Line road. Police spoke with the woman driving the truck, who showed signs of having been impaired by alcohol, and admitted to having consumed alcohol.

Police believed the woman to be impaired by alcohol and conducted breath tests on her, which indicated a blood alcohol level over .80.

Six Nations Police charged 42 year old Nicole Christine Martin with with Dangerous Driving under the Criminal Code of Canada and she will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Brantford at a later date. Martin was released on a Promise to Appear in Court to answer to the charges.


Single Motor Vehicle Accident

On Monday, July 13th, 2015, at 10:30 am., Six Nations Police investigated a single Motor Vehicle Accident on 4th Line Road west of Onondaga Road, on the Six Nations Territory.

Police discovered that a blue 2007 Chevrolet Impala had lost control while going westbound on 4th line road, went across both lanes, hitting a driveway, becoming air-born and landing in the trees on a front yard.

Police spoke with the 30 year old driver who had received minor injuries and was transported to hospital by Ambulance. A Charge of Drive with Hand-held Communication Device, Contrary to the Highway Traffic Act is pending against the man. Six Nations Police continue to investigate.

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