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On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, at 7:00 P.M., Six Nations Police Officers executed a search warrant for drugs at the residence located at 2882 4th Line Road.

Three occupants in the house were placed under arrest. Officers seized a number of baggies of cocaine, packaged and ready for sale. The approximate value of the cocaine seized is $12,000.00. A number of baggies of marijuana and prescription drugs were also seized.

Albert Lester Smoke (60 yrs), Vernon Scott Hill ( 64 yrs) and Mary Louella Longboat (61 yrs), all of Ohsweken face a number of criminal charges including Trafficking, Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking and the Distribution of Illicit Cannabis.

Ms. Longboat and Mr. Hill were held in custody for a formal Bail Hearing. Mr. Smoke was released on a Promise To Appear.


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Six Nations Police are currently assisting the OPP in a triple homicide investigation in which three Six Nations community members were found deceased in an area in the Municipality of Middlesex Centre, near the Oneida First Nation Territory.

Police have confirmed the identities of the deceased as:

· Melissa Trudy MILLER, 37-year-old, female of Six Nations of the Grand River.
· Alan Grant PORTER, 33-year-old, male of Six Nations of the Grand River.
· Michael Shane JAMIESON, 32-year-old, male of Six Nations of the Grand River.

Police are asking for the public’s assistance with regard to this investigation.  Anyone who may have any information is asked to contact a newly established police tip-line at 1-844-677-5050, the Six Nations Police Service at 519-445-2811 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or

In light of this tragic and traumatic  event that has affected the Six Nations as well as surrounding communities,  Six Nations would like to remind everyone to be respectful of the families at this time and let them heal.

The investigation is ongoing and further updates will be provided as they become available.

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On Sunday, October 28, 2018, at 4:30 A.M., Six Nations Police received a report of a vehicle sitting at Chiefswood Road and Highway 54 occupied by a male sleeping in the drivers seat.

Officers found a Dodge Journey in the northbound lane at that location. The vehicle was running. The lone occupant was a male apparently asleep behind the wheel. Officers were unsuccessful in their attempts to wake the man up. Eventually officers smashed the drivers side window to gain entry to the vehicle and shut off the ignition. The driver woke up and was placed under arrest and taken for a breath test.

Zachary Strome (32 years) of Brantford faces charges of Impaired Driving and Driving with a Blood Alcohol Level Over.80 mg. Mr. Strome was released on a Promise To Appear, once sober. His court date is December 21, 2018.


Contact: Glenn M. Lickers

Chief of Police



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On Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 9:40 PM, Six Nations Police came upon a Motor Vehicle Accident involving a person riding a bicycle on Fourth Line Road, on the Six Nations Territory.

Police investigation revealed that a 2007 Cadillac Escalade was travelling westbound on Fourth Line Road. A 35 year old male was riding westbound on the roadway. The rider was struck from behind by the vehicle. The bicycle had no lights or reflectors attached to it. The bicycle was destroyed and the motor vehicle sustained damage as a result of the collision and was towed from the scene.

The male was transported to hospital with multiple injuries. Neither impaired driving, nor speed appear to be contributing factors to the tragic accident. No charges were laid by Police against the 46 year old driver of the Cadillac Escalade.


Contact: Dave Smoke

Staff Sergeant



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On Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 at 9:30 P.M., Six Nations Police officers executed a search warrant at 1604 – First Line Road on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.

Officers searched the residence and a trailer located on that property. Officers seized a quantity of dried cannabis, SHATTER, 2 rifles, a replica handgun, ammunition and an undisclosed amount of cash.

Two men were arrested on the property. Tanner Simon (20 years) and Sandy Lee Wade Simon (43 years) both of Ohsweken are charged with Possession of Illicit Cannabis for the Purpose of Trafficking, Distribution of Illicit Cannabis, Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm and Careless Storage of a Firearm.

Both men were held in custody for a formal Bail Hearing.


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On Sunday October 21, 2018, at 10:31 PM, Six Nations Police responded to Pine Crescent, in response to a report of a possible explosive substance which had been left in a residence. 

Police located a suspicious package in the basement of the residence. Police were able to remove the package from the residence and relocate it to a safe distance, away from the buildings and residences. Residents were evacuated from the immediate area for several hours.

O.P.P. Explosive Devices Unit (EDU) was called in to assist with determining if the package was indeed an explosive substance.

O.P.P. EDU rendered the device safe. They did a sweep of the residence and no other items were located.

The device was seized by Police. Further investigation is being conducted as to whether the device actually contained any explosive material.

Police had closed Pine Crescent for a period of time, while they investigated.

On Monday October 22, 2018, Police arrested the Accused, identified as James WILSON (18 years old). Mr. Wilson was charged with Break and Enter, Mischief Under $5000, Utter Threats, Possession of Weapon for Dangerous Purpose, Possession of Prohibited Weapon, and Theft Under $5000.

Mr. Wilson was held for a Bail Hearing in Brantford on Tuesday October 23, 2018, to answer to the charges against him.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to report any information to the Six Nations Police at 519-445-2811 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or


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As the police service we are aware of Six Nations Councils efforts to exercise jurisdiction to develop a law, in this area, that promotes economic development while at the same time protecting the health and safety of our people.

Any cannabis regime, from cultivating to distributing to ultimately selling has to be strictly regulated.  While cannabis may be legal as of October 17th, we, as a community safety.  As the police service we will enforce regulations or laws that allow us to keep our children safe, keep our roadways safe, promote a healthy community and prevent organized crime elements from taking advantage of any inherent right to self government we exercise in this area.

It is encouraging to see Council taking the time to ensure they get the proposed Cannabis Control Law right.  For the community as a whole to enjoy any socio-economic development from this venture the proposed law must be enforceable from the police perspective.

As of October 17th we will be enforcing all Provincial and Federal Regulations pertaining to regulatory, licensing and compliance requirements, until such time that Six Nations Cannabis Control Law is enacted.

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Acting Staff Sergeant Dave Smoke Seconded to the Ontario Police College

Dave Smoke is the Acting Staff Sergeant (A/S/Sgt) with the Six Nations Police Service (SNPS). A/S/Sgt Smoke has been the SNPS since 1992 and has served as a Patrol Constable, Community Services Officer, Detective Constable, Patrol Sergeant, Media Relations Officer, and A/S/Sgt in charge of Operations.  Since January 2016, A/S/Sgt Smoke has been seconded to the Ontario Police College (OPC) as an instructor for the Ontario Basic Constable Recruit Program.  He is currently assigned to the Police Vehicle Operations (PVO) team at OPC.  As a PVO Instructor, A/S/Sgt Smoke trains Police Recruits from every Police Service in Ontario in theoretical, lecture, and practical sessions, with regard to Police Vehicle Operations.  These sessions include skid control, ABS control, Police cooperative driving, patrol and destination driving, mapping, emergency response driving, suspect apprehension pursuits, alternatives to pursuits, and pursuit termination methods.  As well as his PVO training, A/S/Sgt Smoke has also assisted OPC with other areas of Recruit Training, having taken part in the Diversity and Professional Practices sessions which provide information to the Police Recruits about Native Awareness, Residential School impacts on First Nations People, and the structure and uniqueness around First Nations Policing in Ontario,  A/S/Sgt Smoke has also served as a Liason Officer for the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service Recruits at OPC.  The Six Nations Police look forward to welcoming A/S/Sgt Smoke back when his Secondment ends at the end of December 2017.  While A/S/Sgt Smoke is carrying out his secondment, a senior uniform member of the Six Nations Police Service will be responsible for the duties of this position.