Driver facing charges after Six Nations Police pursuit

SIX  NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER- Six Nations Police  have arrested and charged a local woman after a vehicle apprehension pursuit hit local roadways  Monday, June 10, 2024. Six Nations Police  said  at about 1:00 AM, officers saw a vehicle that had fled from police earlier in the evening on Second Line Road. The vehicle was travelling at a high rate of speed, driving erratically and failed to stop at a posted stop sign.  Police initiated a vehicle apprehension pursuit that included activating Deflation Devices (TDD) to disable the vehicle. After  deployment of the TDD, officers located the vehicle in a driveway at a residence a short distance away. The vehicle was unoccupied. Officers requested the assistance of the K9 Unit. The K9 unit attended the scene and was successfully…

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