Six Nations Police Briefs


Reminder to Trespassers on Farmers Crop Fields

A reminder from Six Nations Police to refrain from driving through farmers crop fields on Six Nations. Crops have been heavily damaged by stolen vehicles and ATV’s driving through the fields, and has reported by the Six Nations Farmers Association. Operators and vehicles should stay completely out of farmers crop fields, unless permission has been given to use the property.

If anyone does make the decision to trespass however, the farmers ask to at least consider the crops and drive on the outside of the fields instead of the middle. Six Nations Police are asking that anyone with information about the damages caused to the farmers crop fields to report the activity and information to Six Nations Police.

Drugs Seized During Search Warrant

Six Nations Police conducted a search warrant at a Chiefswood Road residence on Monday, July 6. Officers located drug paraphernalia and crack cocaine once inside the residence. Six Nations Police then placed the homeowner under arrest.

Jack Charles Martin (61) was charged with Possession of Controlled Drug/Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking and Possession of a Controlled Drug/Substance. Martin was to appear in Brantford Bail Court on Tuesday, July 7 to address the charges.

3 Injured in Single Motor Vehicle Accident

Six Nations Police investigated a Motor Vehicle Accident on Sixth Line Road, west of Onondaga Road on Friday, July 3. A black 2003 Chevrolet Avalanche lost control and entered the ditch, coming to rest on it’s roof after striking a culvert.

Two men and a woman were located inside the vehicle, all three are from the Six Nations area. Each occupant received injuries from the crash, and was transported to the hospital by ambulance. Police continue to investigate, as it is unknown what caused the accident at this time.

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