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Jukasa News Update Wednesday, August 2, 2017


OPP and Six Nations Police have charged a fourth person in the case of missing man Douglas Hill.
Police say they arrested 34 year old Nicholas Joel Shipman of Ohsweken on Tuesday morning. He is charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder in the death of Hill.
Six Nations Police Chief Glenn Lickers says the case is still an open investigation and they are still seeking the whereabouts of the victim.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

Six Nations Police Chief Glenn Lickers says his officers are continuing their investigation into the death of Dustin Monture.
Monture was found on the lawn of a home on Six Nations suffering a gunshot wound to the head in February of this year. He later died in hospital.
Lickers says police are aware members of the public have knowledge of what happened to Monture and says those people having the courage to come forward are key to solving his killing.
Monture’s family have offered a cash reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for his death.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

Another raccoon has been found on Six Nations testing positive for rabies.
Officials with the band say The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) has notified Six Nations Wildlife Program and Animal Control Services about the findings.
The raccoon was recovered from a barn on Mohawk Road near Third Line.
Rabies inoculations have been distributed throughout the community for wildlife in order to help manage the outbreak.
Officials are asking residents to report ALL animal bites and scratches are asked to contact Six Nations Public Health and to report sick, injured or strangely behaving wildlife to Six Nations Wildlife Office.

Brantford Police stopped traffic on the Lorne Bridge Monday afternoon to help a man in crisis who was standing on the ledge of the bridge.
Police tried to engage with the 23 year old male to help him down. He then cast himself off the bridge and into the Grand River.
Officers and members of the public ran into the river to rescue the victim. He was not hurt in the fall and walked to shore.
He was assessed by paramedics and taken to hospital where he was apprehended under the Mental Health Act.

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