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05 October 2018 Media Release

For the last 24 hours:

 

Breach of Recognizance:

On Thursday afternoon at approximately 4:32pm, Police received a call of a female passed out in the laneway of the 000 block of 22nd Street. Police attended and learned the female was on a Recognizance Order with a condition not to consume alcohol. A 32yr old Brandon was arrested and lodged at BCC to appear in Court on October 05th.

Forgery x3, Fraud over $5000, Fraud Under x11:

An ongoing Police investigation revealed between May 12th 2014 and November 5th 2016, a male suspect was an employee with local company in Brandon and was responsible for sales and book keeping. Over a period of approximately two and half years, he made multiple personal purchases and paid for them with the company bank account. The male suspect also applied for a truck loan using the financial information of the company’s owner. On Thursday, a 37yr old Brandon man was arrested and released to appear in Court on November 29th.

Assault, assault with a Weapon, Possess a Weapon Dangerous Purpose and Breach of Recognizance:

On October 04th a female victim attended to the hospital for medical attention after being bear-sprayed and punched several times by a female suspect. Police attended to the female suspect’s residence in the 300 block of 11th Street. Police located the female suspect and subject to arrest found in her possession two 9mm caliber bullets in which is on a Court Order not to possess any firearms or ammunition. Police arrested a 34yr old Brandon woman and lodged her at BCC for Court on October 05th.

Impaired Driving and Drive over .08%:

On Friday morning at approximately 2:55am, Police initiated a traffic stop in the 500 block of 11th Street. The male driver displayed signs of impairment and was arrested for impaired driving. The driver provided samples of his breath which resulted in readings of his blood alcohol content over the legal limit. A 26yr old Brandon man was arrested and lodged at BCC to be released when sober to appear in Court on October 10th.

Breach of Court Order:

On Friday morning at approximately 4:12am, an employee at the BRHC reports that a highly intoxicated female is at their location. Police attended and learned the female was on a Court Order not to consume. A 48yr old woman was arrested and lodged at BCC to appear in Court on October 05th.

Fraud Under:

On July 28th 2018, a male suspect stole three checks from the complainant and cashed the checks for the amount of $1245. On October 03rd, a 42yr old Brandon man was arrested and released to appear in Court on November 29th.

Arrested Warrants Executed:

On Thursday Police conducted a pedestrian check in the 200 block of 10th Street with a male suspect known to have an outstanding Warrant of Arrest for Attempt Theft Under. Subject to arrest, the male was in his possession of stolen property and carrying a concealed weapon. A 37yr old Brandon man was arrested and lodged at BCC to appear in Court on October 05th.

On Thursday night at approximately 10:02pm, Police were conducting a Road Watch in the 200 block of 18th Street. Police stopped a vehicle operated by a male driver and learned he had an outstanding Warrant of Arrest for Drive disqualified and Fail to appear for Court. A 28yr old Brandon man was arrested and lodged at BCC for Court on October 05th.

On Friday morning at approximately 5:42 Manitoba First Nations Police reported apprehending a male suspect on the strength of a Brandon Police Service Warrant of Arrest for Forcible Entry. A 30yr old Canupawakpa FN man was arrested and lodged at BCC to appear in Court on October 05th.

Operation Impact 2018:

The Operation Impact 2018 is an annual awareness campaign focused on encouraging safe driving behaviours. The Operation Impact 2018 campaign will begin on Friday 05th to Monday October 08th. Target enforcement initiatives at high-risk driving behaviours that drivers, passengers, pedestrians and other vulnerable road users at risk.

The theme for the Operation Impact 2018 campaign is: Drive to Save Lives.

 

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

 

Released Authorized by:

Cst. G. McKay #79

Public Information Officer

Brandon Police Service

204-729-2373

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