Two people charged after Peacekeepers’ intervention in Kahnawake

Par Vicky Girard
Two people charged after Peacekeepers’ intervention in Kahnawake
Peacekeepers. (Photo : (Archives))

The Kahnawake Peacekeepers proceeded with the arrest of three people and two were charged after an intervention that took place on October 1st.

Peacekeepers executed a search warrant at a residence on Blind lady’s Hill and two vehicles on suspected drug trafficking activity. One was intercepted on the Rte 207 and Cemetery Road intersection, details the authorities in a press release.

“Multiple types of suspected narcotics, prohibited devices and cash were seized, they add. Two local males, 26 and 62 years of age and one local female, 30 were placed under arrest.”

The 62-year-old male was released on a promise to appear. He  will face charges of possession of a controlled substance and trafficking in a substance.

As for the two other individuals, Liam Delisle-Birchenough who was driving the vehicle intercepted, and Tamara McComber, they appeared before a judge and were formally charged with three counts each of possession for the purposes of trafficking a substance.

There was an objection to their release, and both were remanded into custody, specified the Peacekeepers, adding that the investigation is ongoing and additional charges could still be filed.

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