Jukasa News Update – Friday, July 17, 2020
Six Nations Police say three people are now facing a long list of 38 drug and weapons related charges after two search warrants were executed in the village of Ohsweken.
On July 8, a home on Pine Crescent was searched and three people were arrested: Richard Arthur Bomberry, 33 years old; Karisa Marie Nanticoke, 31 years old; and Dora May Bomberry, 35 years old. All are residents of Ohsweken.
Police say fentanyl, cocaine drug packaging and paraphernalia were seized along with 8 firearms — two which were reported stolen, ammunition, a debt list, computer equipment, digital scales and an undisclosed amount of cash.
All three were held in custody for a bail hearing. Dora May Bomberry was released on an Undertaking with a court date of September 17.
Ohsweken Public Health officials have confirmed another case of the COVID-19 while Brantford-Brant confirmed another four cases including an outbreak at a local retirement home.
On Six Nations, Public Health officials say contract tracing is now underway for anyone that may have been in contact with that person.
Meanwhile, three major retailers in the city are reporting staff testing positive for COVID-19.
A second coronavirus case emerged among staff at Lowe’s in Brantford. Public health officials say the person was not in direct contact with the public but are urging anyone who attended the store between June 28-July 9 to begin monitoring for symptoms until July 23 and get tested if they are concerned.
Another positive COVID-19 case was discovered in an employee who works at the Fererro factory and Adidas factory in the city. That case is believed to have a low risk of transmission as staff were all wearing masks and practicing social distancing in the facility.
A third positive case was found in a person working at Brantford Walmart on King George Road.
Health officials are saying anyone that was in the Walmart store on July 5 should monitor for symptoms and get tested if they are concerned.
The fourth confirmed case in Brantford-Brant is at the Briarwood Gardens Long-Term Care and Retirement Home.
Police say a 43 year old man from Oneida Nation of the Thames is now in custody and facing First Degree murder charges after a man was found dead late Monday evening.
Now, police say they are looking for a green Chevrolet Silverado truck with large side rear view mirrors and loose tires in the truck bed as part of the homicide investigation.
OPP said Harlo Cornelius, 43, also a member of Oneida Nation of the Thames has been arrested and charged with first degree murder in the case. He was being held in custody. The victim has been identified as Isaac Doxtator, 36 of Oneida. Doxtator was father to three children. Funeral services are expected for Saturday.
Police have confirmed he died from a gunshot wound.
On July 10, 2020, at 9:55 PM, Six Nations Police say there was a report from air traffic control regarding a green laser being pointed at an inbound aircraft.
An aircraft with a south to north flight path, over Six Nations, experienced a green laser being pointed into the aircraft cockpit. The pilot advised that there have been repeated incidents involving the laser being pointed from the same location. Video footage was obtained from the cockpit and forwarded to police.
The video captures a view from the aircraft cockpit, while travelling at a relatively low altitude. The laser appeared to be shining from the west side of Cayuga Road south of Sixth Line Road.
Canadian Aeronautics Act is a general prohibition against behaviour that endangers aircraft. It provides a fine of up to $100,000 and up to five (5) years in prison for interfering with the duties of a crew member as well as Criminal Code charges.The act applies to any person with a battery-operated, hand held laser in a prohibited zone 1) outside of a private dwelling and 2) without a legitimate purpose.
Police continue to investigate.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to please contact the Six Nations Police at 519-445-2811 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or www.crimestoppers-brant.ca