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23 November 2018 Media Release

FOR THE PAST 24 HOURS

Break & Enters:

On Thursday morning, a resident from the 200 block Park Street reported that their detached garage had been broken into overnight. Investigation showed that the suspect entered the garage through the unlocked man-door, and then rifled through the unlocked vehicle parked inside, stealing a small amount of loose change. Nothing else appears to have been stolen.

On Thursday evening, a resident from the 600 block Franklin Street reported a possible break and enter to her residence that had occurred within the previous hour and a half. There was damage to the front door, a closet door was now open, and it appeared that footwear had been moved around inside the residence.

Both incidents remain under investigation.

 

Arrest Warrant:

At about 2:30 PM Thursday afternoon, members attended to a residence in Cornell Bay and located a 30 year-old male wanted on a warrant for arrest for failing to attend for identification. The accused was arrested on the strength of the warrant and later released to appear in Court on December 20th.

 

Prohibited Driver:

A member on general patrol conducted a vehicle stop in the 1300 block Lorne Avenue at around 8:45 PM Thursday evening. The 37 year-old female driver was found to be prohibited and suspended from driving as a result of a previous impaired driving conviction. It was also determined that the vehicle was not registered and the license plates being used belonged to a different vehicle. As a result, the accused was arrested and later released for Court on January 17th charged with the criminal offence of driving while disqualified and multiple Highway Traffic Act offences. The vehicle was also seized and impounded.

 

Stolen Firearm and Bicycle Recovered:

At about 10:35 PM Thursday night, members responded to a disturbance in a residence in the 400 block 13th Street. A male, who was suffering from multiple injuries, attended to the door and advised members that his brother had jumped out of the second floor window and fled. The male was transported to hospital by ambulance for treatment of his injuries. Members observed a sawed-off shotgun and a mountain bike that had been reported stolen earlier Thursday from outside a downtown business in the residence, and those were seized. As this investigation is continuing, no further details will be released at this time.

 

Failing to Comply With Probation Order:

A 17 year old male youth in care was reported by care providers as causing problems in the home as a result of his drug intoxication. The accused left the residence prior to police arrival but staff were able to locate him approximately an hour later at another residence. The accused was in breach of the curfew conditions of the probation order he is currently bound by and was lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre. He will be released this morning into the custody of his care providers and is to appear in court on December 4th to answer to this charge.

 

Others:

On Thursday morning, a 21 year-old female was reported to be in a state of drug-induced psychosis and was experiencing delusions and experiencing extreme paranoia. The female was located outside of the west end residence and lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre to detox.

A 35 year-old female was located lying in the middle of the road of the 1000 block 1st Street at approximately 11:30 PM Thursday. She was found to be highly intoxicated and family members would not assume custody of her. She was lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act and will be released this morning:

Runaways: two reported as having returned and 4 reported as having left their respective residences over the last 24 hour period.

 

Release Authorized By:

Sgt Dallas Lockhart, #101

Acting Public Information Officer

Ph: 204-729-2322 

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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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