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Four Six Nations people face drug and firearm charges

SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND-Four Six Nations people are facing a series of drug, firearm and possession of stolen property charges after Six Nations Police raided a Cayuga Road residence near I.L Thomas School on Wednesday (Oct. 5). After executing a Section 11 Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant at the residence Six Nations police said they found a loaded firearm inside a trailer, a woman and a combative man who were actively resisting arrest, according to a media release issued on Thursday, Oct. 6. Police then located another man and woman, discovering an additional firearm at the residence. During the search, police seized two firearms, a crossbow, ammunition, body armour, cocaine, methamphetamine, currency, cell phones, a digital scale, and stolen property. The following were arrested and face charges:

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