OVERDUE MALE BEING SOUGHT BY FAMILY On Saturday July 18th, 2015, Six Nations Police received information of an overdue man from New Credit, Timothy Sault – 28 years old. The man was residing on Six Nations at the time of the report to Police. His family hadn’t seen or heard from him for several days
OVERDUE MALE BEING SOUGHT BY FAMILY
On Saturday July 18th, 2015, Six Nations Police received information of an overdue man from New Credit, Timothy Sault – 28 years old.
The man was residing on Six Nations at the time of the report to Police. His family hadn’t seen or heard from him for several days and thought it would be best to notify Police.
A family member of the man provided Six Nations Police with a “missing person” flyer that was created, and asked Police to distribute the flyer through their channels. Six Nations Police, in an effort to assist the family, posted the flyer of the overdue man on their Facebook page.
At this time, it is believed that the man is either in or on his way to Toronto, as that was his indication when he left his place of residence on Six Nations.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Timothy Sault is asked to call the Six Nations Police.
RIDE PROGRAM OVER POWWOW WEEKEND
On Saturday, July 25th, 2015, Six Nations Police conducted R.I.D.E. (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) spot checks on the Six Nations Territory.
Police stopped 140 vehicles and issued the following warnings and charges: 9 Seat Belt warnings, 1 Open Alcohol warning, 1 charge issued to a 36 year old Six Nations woman for – Passenger Under 16 Failing to wear a seat belt.
The Six Nations Police R.I.D.E. program is a year-round initiative. Police urge all drivers to take proactive measures if drinking by ensuring they have a designated driver, making overnight accommodation arrangements, or by taking a cab or other public transportation. The message is clear: DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL AND DRIVE.
SHOTS FIRED AT RESIDENCE
On Sunday, July 26th, 2015, at 9:54 P.M., Six Nations Police attended a Chiefswood Road address to respond to a report of shots fired at the residence.
Police attended and spoke with a witness at the house who told Police that a dark coloured S.U.V. type vehicle drove past the residence, and a male passenger got out and fired 3 shots towards the residence. The S.U.V. then sped away westbound on 2nd Line Road.
At the time of the incident, there were 3 adults and a baby inside the residence. No one sustained any injuries as a result, but there was substantial damage to the front door window and front of the residence itself.
Six Nations Police are following some leads and continue to investigate. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to report such activity to the Six Nations Police.