SNP Memorial Award
Six Nations Police
Date: May 23rd, 2013
Contact - G.M. Lickers, Chief of Police
HEAT GETS THE BEST OF YOUNG BOY
On Monday morning, paramedics and police received a call of a boy who had collapsed at the Gaylord Powless Arena. An 11 year old boy was found lying at the bottom of the bleachers inside the Arena. His mother was with him. The boy was conscious and talking but showed signs of dehydration.
Paramedics transported the boy to the West Haldimand General Hospital, as a precaution.
SHOTS FIRED FROM A BLACK HUMMER
On Sunday, May 19th, 2013, police received a report of shots fired from a black Hummer, into a field, on 6th Line Road.
The black Hummer reportedly came to a stop, a male stood up thru the sunroof of the vehicle and fired shots into an open field. It is believed the male was shooting at turkeys. Children playing in the area were frightened an ran inside.
Police patrolled the area with negative results.
REPORT OF ERRATIC DRIVER GETS IMPAIRED DRIVER OFF THE ROAD
On Saturday morning, May 18th, 2013, at 9:00 A.M. Six Nations Police received a report of a grey Grand Am being driven erratically in the Village of Ohsweken. While patrolling officers spotted a grey Trans Am westbound on 4th Line Road, near Chiefswood Road. The vehicle was weaving between both lanes of traffic.
Officers followed the vehicle into the Village Cafe parking lot. The driver was placed under arrest.
Wilbur James Hill (24 yrs) of Ohsweken faces charges of Impaired Driving and Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Blood Alcohol Concentration Over 80 ml. Mr. Hill also had outstanding Arrest Warrants for Fail To Appear and Breach of Probation. He was held in custody for a Bail Hearing.
SNP HIRING 4 SUMMER STUDENTS
SIX NATIONS POLICE MEMORIAL AWARD
Six Nations Police is looking to award three $1,000 bursaries to 3 individuals who have successfully completed their 1st year in Police Foundations. The Six Nations Police Memorial Award is in honour of our three fallen members, Cst. A. Burning, Inspector T.W.T. Martin and Det./Cst. Roger Smith, who were dedicated officers and committed to the safety of the Six Nations community. The award requirements are attached below. Deadline is Friday, June 15, 2013.