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2 December 2018



Arrest Warrants Executed


At 2 pm on Saturday afternoon, police attended an assault in the south end.  The two male suspects fled the area on foot but were located a short distance away.  One suspect, a 17-year-old Brandon male, was found to have an unendorsed warrant for his arrest for failing to comply with his release conditions and was arrested.  He will appear in court in the morning.  The complainant withdrew the assault complaint.

At 8:10 pm Saturday, police attended a disturbance at a west end hotel where a male and female were engaged in an altercation.  The involved male, a 24-year-old male from Griswold was found to have an endorsed warrant for his arrest for assault and disobeying a court order.  He was taken into custody and released for court in January.  The involved female, a 22-year-old female from Sioux Valley, who was highly intoxicated, was found to be in breach of her recognizance by not complying with her curfew and being in contact with the male that was present.  The female was arrested and became combative with police, kicking a member in the chest.  The female will appear in court in the morning for two counts of breach of recognizance and assaulting a police officer.  The officer was not injured in the altercation.

At 12:30 am Sunday morning, police attended a west end residence for two intoxicated persons that the homeowner wanted removed from the residence.  The 28-year-old Brandon female was found to have a warrant for her arrest for breach of probation.  She was arrested and released to appear in court in January and turned over to a sober adult.  The 26-year old male from Long Plains was found to have multiple warrants for breach of recognizance and assault.  The male was also bound by the conditions of a recognizance to abide by a curfew and to not attend the city of Brandon.  The male was arrested and lodged at BCC for court in the morning.

At 3:30 am, Sunday morning. Police observed a male in the 1000 block of 18th street carrying a 50-inch television.  The 42-year-old male of no fixed address, is known to police and known to have a warrant for his arrest.  The male was arrested  on the strength of an unendorsed warrant for breach of recognizance,  searched and found to have a number of items on his person including tools and keys believed to be stolen property.  He was also found in possession of a small quantity of methamphetamine.  The male was lodged at BCC for court in the morning charged with Possession of Meth, two counts of breach of recognizance.  The investigation into the ownership of the property in his possession is ongoing.


Dangerous Driving / Flight from Police / Weapons Offences

On November 24th 2018, police attended the area of the Brandon Experimental Farm on Grand Valley Road to assist Natural Resources for a complaint of a male poaching deer.  The male fled the scene from police and a short pursuit was initiated.  The pursuit was abandoned as it entered the city limits as being too dangerous to the public and the offender was not apprehended.  On Saturday morning, the suspect, a 30-year-old male from Virden, was seen by police in Brandon and eventually apprehended without incident in the parking lot of a business on 18th Street.  A search of the male’s vehicle revealed a loaded hunting rifle with ammunition and a partial deer carcass.  The male is charged with dangerous driving, flight from police; possess a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized, unauthorized possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle, and theft.  The male was released from police custody and will appear in court in January.  Natural Resource officers will be following up with their own investigation with cooperation with the Brandon Police.


Other Arrests

Four persons were arrested under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act and will be released when sober.  Two others were arrested for Breach of the Peace and will be released when sober.


Release Authorized By:

S/Sgt. B. Partridge 108/C



Anyone with information on any unsolved crime is asked to call Brandon Crime Stoppers at 204-727-(TIPS) 8477, 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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