Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation 'disturbance' being investigated | CTV News
A 45-year-old person of no fixed address has been charged in relation to an incident involving “edged weapons” at Oneida Nation of the Thames.
According to a release from the OPP, officers from both the Middlesex detachment as well members of the Oneida Nation Police Services and Oneida-Middlesex Paramedic Services, were dispatched just before 8 p.m. for a “disturbance at a residence involving edged weapons.”
According to police, the suspect is facing charges of aggravated assault – spousal, fail to comply with probation order and failure to comply with undertaking.
Two people were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and the investigation is ongoing.
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