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SRMTP Continue Search for Curleyhead: Considered Armed and Potentially Dangerous


SRMTP searching the Thomas property on Route 37 for Brett C. Curleyhead. Curleyhead is still wanted and considered armed and dangerous.

On Saturday, March 24, after the property owner was notified and consent was given, the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Police conducted a search for Brett C. Curleyhead on the Faith Thomas property located on Route 37.

"The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Police are searching for Brett C. Curleyhead who is wanted for numerous charges as seen on the (Facebook) Wanted poster. Curleyhead may be armed and is considered potentially dangerous and any information on his whereabouts will be accepted and investigated by Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Police. Continued investigation and searching will be conducted until he is apprehended."

Curleyhead is wanted by for: Attempted Assault 2nd Degree: Attempted Gang Assault 2nd Degree: Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd Degree and Menacing 2nd Degree."

Curleyhead is listed as: a 28 years old male, Native American Indian, height 5ft. 10in., weighs 185lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.

During the search authorities cut off electricity to the property and surrounding area. Several police vehicles surrounded the property and surrounding area. After an extensive search, Curleyhead wasn't found on the property.

Police Chief Rourke stated, "The community is concerned about their safety and we appreciate the tips community members have provided."

According to Faith 'Noonie' Thomas, the Tribal police surrounded her property armed with military assault rifles looking to apprehend Curleyhead. She stated, "They acted on a visual placement" of Curleyhead on her property. Once she arrived at her home she informed the police he wasn't there. She then gave the officers keys to enter her home and they found only her family members present. Thomas stated, "He isn't dangerous, he wouldn't hurt me or my family."


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