Akwesasne Police issue warrants for three men connected to home invasion.

THREE MEN WANTED FOR HOME INVASION ATTACK (Press Release: Mohawk Council of Akwesasne) The Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service has laid aggravated assault charges against three men after a man was beaten inside his home this past Sunday, February 11, 2018.   The Akwesasne Mohawk Police were called to investigate a situation where a man had arrived at a residence late in the afternoon showing signs of obvious injuries.   When police responded to investigate, they found drops of blood leading into the residence, which assisted police in determining that the man suffered his injuries elsewhere. It was confirmed that the man had been attacked and beaten inside his home; he was able to fight off his attackers and escape to this location.   Limited information was formed upon initial contact with the victim who was transported to a hospital for treatment of his wounds.   Eventually, investigators identified that the attack began

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Fall Tribal Heating Assistance Available Sept. 11

  The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Council has approved an allotment of fuel assistance to help tribal members with the upcoming heating season. The fall heating assistance is available for those members who have completed an application or received fuel assistance in Tsiothohrkó:wa/January 2017, which does not require individuals to re-apply. This allocation of fuel assistance is only available from Seskehkó:wa/September 11, 2017 to Tsiothóhrha/December 10, 2017. Tribal members who are 60-years of age and older are eligible to receive $600. Tribal members who are 59-years of age or less are eligible to receive $300. Tribal members are urged to contact their tribally licensed fuel supplier or dealer directly at their convenience to arrange a delivery. It is available to provide fuel oil, kerosene, propane, wood, wood pellets or electrical service—should they be your primary heat source. If you choose to change vendors or suppliers, you must contact the Tribe’s Compliance Department at (518) 358-2272 to make

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