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An Ohsweken resident has been charged with multiple offences after failing to slow down and move over for an emergency vehicle conducting a traffic stop.  

While an officer with the Six Nations Police was conducting an unrelated traffic stop on Mohawk Road, the officer observed a pickup truck  approaching at a high rate of speed at approximately 12:50 p.m. on Friday, June 28, 2024.

The driver of the vehicle proceeded by the officer without moving over or slowing down. The officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop of the vehicle. Once stopped, the driver of the vehicle used aggressive driving maneuvers and was confrontational  towards the officer. Officers were successfully able to arrest the individual without incident.  

As a result of the investigation, police have arrested and charged Jonathan FRASER (32 years  old) of Ohsweken, ON with the following offences: 

– Dangerous Driving 

– Assault with Weapon  

– Assault Peace Officer  

– Obstruct Peace Officer 

– Weapon: Unauthorized Possession x 3  

– Weapon: Knowledge of Unauthorized Possession x 3 

– Weapon: Possession for Dangerous Purposes x 6 

– Intimidation  

– Drive Motor Vehicle – Perform Stunt  

– Speeding 

– Driver Fail to Surrender Licence  

– Fail to Slow Down and Proceed with Caution for Emergency Vehicle  

– Careless Driving  

The accused was held in custody pending a formal bail hearing. 

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