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03 December 2018 Media Release

Last 24 Hours

 

Break and Enter, Commit Robbery with Violence and Warrants of Arrest:

On Sunday evening at approximately 6:13pm, a 911 call was received from a female who had been on the phone with her ex-boyfriend. He told for her to call the Police to attend to his residence in the 3500 block of Willowdale Crescent. Police attended to the residence and could hear someone yelling for help, Police forced the door open to get inside the residence. Police observed the victim being held in a choke hold by one of the suspects and they were demanding to know where his cash was hidden. Police apprehended three people for Break and Enter and Commit Robbery with Violence. A 31yr old Canupawakpa First Nation man was arrested for Break and Enter, Commit Robbery with Violence and Warrant of Arrest for Forcible Confinement, Mischief Under and Fail to Appear for Court x2. The male was lodged at BCC to appear in Court on December 03rd.

A 30yr old Canupawakpa First Nation woman was arrested for Break and Enter and Commit Robbery with Violence and released to appear in Court on January 31st, 2019.

A 26yr old Canupawakpa First Nation man was arrested for Break and Enter and Commit Robbery with Violence and released to appear in Court on January 31st, 2019.

Assault with a Weapon and Warrants of Arrest:

On Sunday evening at approximately 9:49pm, Police received a report of numerous suspects entered a residence in the 800 block of 13th Street and a female was bear sprayed. Police attended and learned the suspects were asked to leave by the victim and one female got upset and bear sprayed the victim. Police received information that the female suspect was at a residence in the 200 block of McDiarmid Drive. Police located the female and learned she had an outstanding Warrant of Arrest for Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Food by Fraud, Public Mischief, Breach of Recognizance x2 and Fail to Appear for Prints. Police arrested the 22yr old female for Assault with a Weapon and Warrant of Arrest and lodged her at BCC for Court on December 03rd.

Break and Enter and Commit theft, Possession of Methamphetamines, Breach of Recognizance x2 and Warrant of Arrest:

On Sunday morning at approximately 03:29am, Police conducted a pedestrian check with a male in the 1000 block of 18th Street. The male was carrying a 50 inch TV in the box. Police were aware there was an outstanding Warrant of Arrest for Breach of Recognizance and arrested the male. Police learned the male is bound by a recognizance order with a 10:00pm  to 07:00am curfew and not to possess any illegal drugs.Incidental to arrest, Police located a small amount of Methamphetamines and keys and identification belonging to other people on his person. Police learned the TV had been stolen from an establishment in the 1100 block of 18th Street.

Police arrested a 42yr old Brandon man for Break and Enter to Commit theft, Breach of Recognizance x2, Possession of Methamphetamines, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime and Warrant of Arrest for Breach of Recognizance. The male was lodged at BCC to appear in Court on December 03rd.

Arrest Warrant Executed:

On Sunday afternoon at approximately 4:22pm, Ste. Rose RCMP advises they arrested a 27yr old Dauphin, Mb man on the strength of a BPS outstanding Warrant of Arrest for Theft and Fail to Appear for Court. The male was released to appear in Court on January 03rd, 2019.

Arrest Warrant Executed:

On Sunday afternoon at approximately 4:22pm, Ste. Rose RCMP advises they arrested a 33yr old woman on the strength of a BPS outstanding Warrant of Arrest for Theft. The female was held in custody to appear in Dauphin Court.

Arrest Warrant Executed:

On Monday morning at approximately 01:46am, Winnipeg Police Service notified BPS that they arrested a 36yr old male on the strength of an outstanding BPS Warrant of Arrest for Fraud Food and Public Mischief. The male was released to appear in Court on January 10th, 2019.

Impaired Driving / Drive Over .08mg%:

On Sunday morning at approximately 11:04am, Police received a report of a possible impaired driver on 1st Street just south of the TransCanada Highway. The suspect vehicle ended up in a snowbank on Knowlton Drive. Police attended and the male driver showed signs of impairment  was arrested and transported to BPS where he provided two samples of breath that were over the legal limit. A 28yr old Brandon man arrested for Impaired Driving and Drive Over .08mg% and released to appear in Court on December 10th.

Theft Under $5000:

On Saturday December 01st, 2018, Police received a report of a theft of a meat valued at $40.00 from a business in the 900’ block of Victoria Avenue. The male suspect was not apprehended at that time. Police identified the suspect from surveillance video. On Sunday December 02nd 2018, a 26 year old Brandon male, was located and arrested for the theft. He was released to appear in Court on February 04th 2019.

Assault and Forcible Confinement:

On Sunday morning at approximately 10:23am, a female attended to Brandon Police Service reported between October 05th and October 10th, her ex-boyfriend assaulted her and held her in his residence against her will, not allowing her to leave. The suspect male, a 28yr old Brandon man, attended to BPS was arrested for Assault and Forcible Confinement and released to appear in Court on January 03rd, 2019.

Breach of Court Order:

On Sunday afternoon at approximately 3:46pm, Police received a report of an intoxicated  male causing a disturbance at a residence in the 600 block of Victoria Avenue East. Police attended and learned the male was is currently bound by conditions of a Court Order to abstain from consuming alcohol. A 33yr old Brandon man was arrested and released to appear in Court on January 21st, 2019.

 

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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