Jukasa News Update Friday, March 16, 2018
Six Nations Police Officers arrested a wanted woman they were seeking connected to the Cayuga Road demonstrations outside the home of 49 year old Brett Elliott.
22 year old Luella Elliott Doxtator was arrested by police during a traffic stop. She attempted to leave the vehicle through a rear sliding door. She was taken into custody on three outstanding arrest warrants. Police have not confirmed what those warrants were for.
The driver of the vehicle, 53 year old Ross Donald Simpson, was also arrested. He was held in custody for a bail hearing.
The two men accused in the shooting death of Dustin Monture are now facing additional charges.
40 year old Aaron Martin and 37 year old Jeffrey Martin are now facing conspiracy to commit an indictable offence in relation to the death of Dustin Monture.
Monture was found shot in the head and found on the lawn of the Tuscarora Road home.
Sharon Hill is also charged in connection to Monture’s death.
Hill’s son, 22 year old Darryl Shawn Hill, is named as Monture’s killer in court documents, though no murder charges have been laid in the case.
A Canada Wide Warrant is seeking a 44 year old indigenous man with a history of several violent sexual related crimes.
Thomas Robichaud is wanted by police.
He is described as 5’7’’, 201 lbs with long brown hair tied in a pony tail and green eyes. He has a tattoo on the back of his left hand of an Eagle.
Robichaud is currently bound by a Long Term Supervision Order relating to several violent sexual related offences including Sexual Assault on children, Forcible Confinement, Child Luring and Child Pornography charges.
Police say he is is known to frequent the city of Toronto but could be anywhere in the Province.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact police.
The Manitoba government faced another call Thursday for a public inquiry into the death of Tina Fontaine.
Chief of the Sagkeeng First Nation, where Fontaine grew up, said only a public inquiry can examine all the issues that contributed to the 15-year-old’s death.
Tina left her home in the summer of 2014 to reconnect with her birth mother in Winnipeg. The girl soon became sexually exploited, and repeatedly ran away from a youth shelter and hotels where social workers had placed her.
She was last seen leaving a hotel Aug. 8.
Opposition New Democrats and many Indigenous leaders have already called for a public inquiry to examine the actions of Child and Family Services workers, police and others involved in Tina’s care.
The provincial children’s advocate is reviewing how Child and Family Services handled Tina. That report is expected in a few months.
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