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MEDIA RELEASE FOR JULY 9TH

July 9th, 2018

Brandon Police Service Media Release for the Past 24 Hours.

 

Stolen Vehicle:

Police received a report of a stolen vehicle that occurred sometime between 1230 a.m. and 330 a.m. from a behind a residence in the 300 Block of Dennis Street. Stolen was a 2017 black Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab with Manitoba licence plate number GBT 996.

 

Breach of Court Order:

  • At approximately 1:41 p.m. Police responded to call of a female ramming a bicycle into a fence. Police located a 28-year-old female and found that she was breaching a condition on her Recognizance Order by failing to abstain from alcohol or drug.. She was arrested and lodged at the Brandon Correctional Centre to appear in Court Monday.
  • A 34-year-old man from the RM of Turtle Mountain, Mb was located in a residence and found to be breaching two conditions on his Recognizance and found to have two Warrants for his Arrest. He was arrested and lodged at the Correctional Centre to appear in Court on Monday.

 

Assault:

Police received a call that a female had exited her apartment holding her head stating that her boyfriend had beat her up. The female victim was taken to the Brandon Regional Health Centre as a result of the male suspect punching and kicking her numerous times. The 43-year-old male from Brandon had left the residence prior to Police arrival but was located a short distance away. He was arrested for Assault and later released to appear in Court in August.

 

Business Break, Enter and Theft of Vehicle:

An employee from a business located in the 500 Block of Grandview Street reported to Police that sometime between 430 p.m. on July 6th and 3 p.m. on July 8th their compound had been entered and a company truck had been stolen. The compound had been entered by busting the gate down and stolen was a white 2010 3/4 tonne Chevrolet truck with an unknown licence plate. Police continue to investigate.

 

Theft Under $5000:

On June 29th a male suspect was captured on video surveillance stealing approximately $70 worth of merchandise from a business located in the 500 Block of 8th street. A 30-year-old Brandon man was later identified and arrested for Theft Under $5000 and released to appear in Court in August.

 

Break, Enter and Assault with a Weapon / Assault;

On July 6th, a male suspect reported to Police that he had been involved in an altercation with his ex-girlfriend at his residence. The investigation determined that as a result of an incident that occurred on July 5th the 30-year-old man from Brandon was charged for Break, Enter and Assault with a Weapon, Assault and Breach of Undertaking and is scheduled to appear in Court in August.

 

Break, Enter and Theft:

Police received a report of a Break, Enter and Theft to a property in the 3000 Block of Rosser Avenue. No damage was found however some alcohol located on the property was stolen. The Police investigation continues.

 

Arrest Warrants Executed:

  • At 6:41 p.m., Police received a call of an intoxicated male at a residence in the 2300 Block of Brandon Avenue. A 36-year-old male from Winnipeg was found to have a Warrant of Arrest for Fail to Comply with his Court Order. He was arrested on the strength of the Warrant and released to appear in Court in August.
  • At 2:42 A.M. Police conducted a person’s check in the 1000 Block of Pacific Avenue. A 21-year-old female from Brandon was found to have a Warrant of Arrest for Breach of Probation. She was arrested and lodged at the Correctional Centre to appear in Court Monday.

 

Other Arrests:

One individual was detained under the Intoxicated Person Detention Act, lodged at the Correctional Center to be released when sober

 

 

A/Sgt. Jeff Hoad

Public Information Officer

Brandon Police Service

(204) 729-2373

   

 

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.

CRIME STOPPERS 204-727-TIPS

 

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