Road closure due to OPP investigation of triple homicide comes to end

SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND- Road closures here as a result of an OPP investigation into the triple murder of three local people have come to an end.  OPP  had announced as a result of an investigation at a Fourth Line Road house periodic road closures  of Fourth Line  would take place. The road closure are now complete. OPP have charged the first person in the triple murders. A 36-year-old Six Nations woman  was charged with  being an accessory after the fact in connection with murders of three Six Nations people  whose bodies were found more than 100 kilometres from their home community in Middlesex County. OPP arrested Kirsten Bomberry  last Friday. The Fourth Line Road home was swarming with OPP,  including a tactical unit during the arrest. She was…

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