Six Nations Police investigating brutal assault on local woman

UPDATE:

SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER-Six Nations police are investigating after a local woman was brutally beaten by an assailant and then attacked by a dog.

Police said the attack happened Saturday, March 19, 2022 at a house party at a residence in the community but would not release information on the site.Turtle Island News has since learned it was at a Third Line residence near Highway 6 .

Police said the woman was beaten suffering numerous injuries including bites and scratches from a dog. Police said Six Nations Animal Services and Six Nations Health Services were called in.

A facebook post described the injuries the young woman suffered saying she was dragged by her hair and beaten suffering broken facial bones as well as  numerous dog bites from what was believed to have been a pit bull and a bull dog. The post said the “dogs” had been ordered to attack and “attacked her badly.” The girl is in a Hamilton hospital.

A source told Turtle Island News the girl had been a passenger in a car driven by another female that went to the home.  At the residence the girl asked to be taken home and  was attacked.The source said the at least four others watched as the girl was beaten.

Six Nations Police Chief Darren Montour said  drugs were not involved in the violent attack.  “It is very concerning that these kinds of attacks are happening in our community,” Six Nations Police Chief Montour told Turtle Island News. “The victim is an adult teenager who was beaten and then attacked by a dog at the residence.”

He said charges are pending.

Police said they are looking for those involved. If you have information please contact the Six Nations Police at 519-445-2811, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-84…

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