Six Nations police lay more charges in community spurred arrests

Six Nations Police have laid more charges in the community led protest against drugs that turned into a four day manhunt for a local man. Six Nations Police have laid charges against members of the Brett Elgin Elliot family members and friends. Six Nations Police and OPP TRU Team after a four day blockade of Brett Elgin Elliott’s home arrested Elliott March 13, 2018, at 1:20 P.M., after a manhunt. Police arrested 49 year old Elliott after he fled from a residence on Tuscarora Road that had been under both police and community survellience for days.. The manhunt for Elliott started as a result of an incident on Sunday, March 4th, 2018, when community members concerned about drugs on the Territory approached the Elliott’s residence at 2130 Cayuga Road. Community…

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