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June 10, 2017

For the last 24 hours: 

Breach of Undertaking

On Friday afternoon, a complainant attended to BPS reporting that her ex-boyfriend had been communicating with her contrary to the conditions of his Undertaking. A 26-year-old Brandon resident was later arrested and detained overnight to appear in court this morning charged with Breach of an Officer in Charge Undertaking.

Breach of Recognizance

At 8:19 pm, Police responded to a report of a male and a female yelling at one another in the 2500 blk of Victoria Ave. The 35-year-old Dauphin woman was found to be intoxicated and is on a Recognizance with a condition to abstain from consuming alcohol. She was arrested and detained overnight to appear in court this morning charged with Breach of Recognizance. The 42-year-old Brandon man was bound by the conditions of a Section 810 CC Recognizance (Peace Bond) to have no contact or communication with the female. He was arrested and later released on a Promise to Appear in Brandon court on August 3rd, charged with Breach of Recognizance.

Breach of Undertaking

At 10:05 pm, Police received a complaint of a highly intoxicated male from security staff at the Summer Fair. Members attended and found a 16-year-old youth who was bound by the conditions of an Undertaking to abstain from the consumption of alcohol. He was detained overnight and later released on a Promise to Appear in Brandon court on July 11th, charged with Breach of an Officer in Charge Undertaking.

Assault Peace Officer, Breach of Recognizance

At 10:58 pm, Police attended to the 1100 blk of Braecrest Dr. for a report that an intoxicated person was walking in front of passing vehicles. They located a 24-year-old Brandon woman who was bound by the conditions of a Recognizance with a condition to abstain from the consumption of alcohol. She was also breaching a curfew condition included in the Recognizance. When being arrested, she became combative and kicked one of the arresting officers. She was detained overnight to appear in court this morning charged with Assaulting a Peace Officer and Breach of Recognizance. The Officer was not hurt in the incident.

Mischief Under $5000, Uttering Threats to Cause Death

At 9:50 pm, Police received a complaint that an employee at a hotel in the 000 blk of 10th St. had had the tires on his car slashed. The suspect had fled the area but returned after midnight and threatened to kill the employee. He was arrested in the area and detained overnight. The 29 year old Brandon resident was released on a Promise to Appear in Brandon court on August 10th, charged with Mischief to Property Under $5000 and Uttering Threats to Cause Death.

Impaired Driving

On Saturday morning, Members conducting a Roadwatch Check stop stopped a 49-year-old Brandon man who was subsequently arrested for impaired driving. He was transported to BPS where he provided samples of his breath that were in excess of the legal limit. He was released on a Promise to Appear in Brandon Court on June 15th, charged with Impaired Driving and Drive over .08.

Assault

At 2:00 am, Police attended to a residence in the 1600 blk of Stickney for a report of an assault. The male victim had sustained minor injuries. A 25-year-old Brandon woman was arrested and detained overnight. She was later released on a Promise to Appear in Brandon Court on July 10th, charged with Assault.               

Breach of Undertaking 

At 2:31 am, Police were called to a hotel in the 110 blk of 18th St. for a report of an intoxicated person that refused to leave. She was found to be on an Undertaking with a condition to abstain from the consumption of alcohol. The 31-year-old Alberta woman was arrested and detained to appear in court this morning charged with Breach of an Officer in Charge Undertaking.

Breach of Recognizance

At 3:51 am, Police conducted a pedestrian check on a 19-year-old Brandon man in the 500 blk of Princess Ave. He was found to be on a Recognizance with a curfew condition that he was breaching. He was arrested and detained to appear in court this morning charged with Breach of Recognizance.

 

Sgt. E. McNutt #69 

 

Anyone with information on any unsolved crime is asked to call Brandon Crime Stoppers at 204-727-(TIPS) 8477, www.brandoncrimestoppers.com or by texting BCSTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637).  Crime Stoppers pays up to $2000.00 cash for information that leads to the solution of a crime.

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