Jukasa Radio Update Thursday, October 17, 2019
Brantford Police have released a composite sketch of a man they say was involved in a sexual assault in the early morning hours in the area of Brighton Avenue on September 21.
A female in her 20s was sexually assaulted by an unknown male who fled the area. The incident was reported days later.
The suspect is described as a white male in his 20’s, 5’ 10” tall with an average build, dark brown hair, with a clean shaven face. He was wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans.
This is the second sexual assault in the city police are informing the public about in the last week.
On October 6 police say a woman was walking her dog around 1:30 a.m. in the area of Dunsdon Street and Buchanan Crescent when she was sexually assaulted by a man.
He is described as a white male in his 30s with stubble on his face, wearing a dark blue or black sweater with a baseball hat with the brim pulled down to conceal the top half of his face.
Police are urging anyone with information about either of these instances to contact Detective Jason Sinning of the Brantford Police Major Crime ILunit at 519-756-0113 extension 2265 or Crimstoppers at 519-750-8477.
A park and its’ pavilion at Six Nations were renamed in honour of two late elected council members.
The park was named in memory of Robert Johnson, a Vietnam veteran who passed in 2017.
A pavilion at the park was also built in memory of Raymond Hill. He passed in 1993.
Johnson served as an elected council member for four terms before his passing in December 2017. He was Director of the Gane Yohs Medical Clinic in Ohsweken for 30 years and a member of the Six Nations Police Commission.
Hill, also a Vietnam veteran, died suddenly at the age of 52. Hill was an iron worker and member of the Six Nations Veterans Association.
A Six Nations woman is facing charges after being stopped in a Brant County OPP and Six Nations Police joint RIDE (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) check on Highway #54. On September 26, OPP stopped a vehicle at about 10:45 p.m. and found a large quantity of cannabis in several different packages.
Police conducted an investigation and charged Lauren Cornelius, 27, of Six Nations with two violations of the Cannabis Act plus an additional Criminal Code violation for possessing property obtained by crime.
Six Nations Elected Council recognized 12 year old Cara Skye for her achievements in softball as a pitcher for the Cambridge Coyotes.
Skye helped the Coyotes have a very successful 2019 season which lead them to 6 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals in tournament play and a Grand Valley League Championship.
The Coyotes finished the 2019 season with 72 Wins – 5 Loses – 2 Ties.
The girls coach said her future is very bright and he is proud of her accomplishments.
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