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22 April 2019 Media Release

For the last 24 hours:

Break & Enters:

On Sunday morning, a resident from the 200 block 10th Street E. reported that between approximately 5:00 AM & 7:30 AM, the storage shed on their property had been entered through a small window, which had been forced open. The suspects stole two handheld power tools, and a couple of other items. 

Also on Sunday morning, a resident from the 1000 block Russell Street reported that their unlocked shed had been entered and two bicycles stolen from within.  The bikes are described a small adult GT Aggressor Sport mountain bike, blue and white in color with orange accents, and had a red coiled cable lock wrapped around the front frame; and, a men’s mountain bike, blue and white in color.

Just before noon on Sunday, a resident from the 1600 block McTavish Avenue reported a theft of multiple tools from their detached garage, which had been left unsecured, between Friday at 7:30 PM and Saturday at 8:00 AM.  Items stolen included a Husqvarna chainsaw; a DeWalt 20V cordless tool kit; a black bin containing corded power tools – DeWalt circular saw, Milwaukee reciprocating saw, Makita grinder, and 2 “zip” saws; and 2 black pails. 


Arrest Warrant Executed:

Just before noon on Sunday, a 36 year-old female turned herself in to Police as she was aware that a warrant for her arrest had been issued for the offences of theft under $5000 and two counts of failing to attend court.  She was subsequently released from custody and is scheduled to appear in court on May 21st.


Use of Stolen ID:

At about 7:35 PM Sunday evening, staff at a beverage room in the 900 block Pacific Avenue reported a female was trying to use ID that belonged to the caller’s girlfriend.  Officers attended and located the 24 year-old suspect, who was being detained by staff.  The suspect was arrested and charged with possession of stolen property for the driver’s license that she tried to use.  She was released to appear in court on June 29th.


Breach of Court Orders:

At about 12:15 AM this morning, members conducted a vehicle stop in the 800 block Pacific Avenue.  An intoxicated 43 year-old female passenger was found to be the subject of an Undertaking that included conditions of a curfew and to abstain from consuming alcohol.  She was arrested for two counts of failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking and was lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre, to be released later today when sober.  She is scheduled to appear in court on June 17th.

A 39 year-old male was lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre at around 3:30 AM this morning for resisting arrest.  Members had attended to a residence in the 300 block to investigate an allegation that the suspect was non in compliance with a Conditional Sentence Order.  During the course of the investigation, the male, who was dressed only in underwear, broke free from the members’ grip and fled on foot.  The male was subsequently apprehended and lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre, and will be released later today to appear in court on June 17th.

A 17 year-old female youth in care was reported as a runaway on April 20th.  During that investigation, it was determined that she is currently bound by an Undertaking with an included condition of having to abide by a curfew, which she breached when she ran away.  The accused returned to her residence on Sunday, and was arrested for the offence.  She was subsequently released from police custody and is to appear in court on May 21st



A 50 year-old male and a 19 year-old female were each lodged to prevent a continued breach of the peace after members were called to separate incidents involving one of the accused.  Both were intoxicated and will be released when sober.

A 45 year-old male was lodged under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act, after he was located passed-out in the stairwell of a hotel in the 1100 block 18th Street.  He too will be released once sober.


Release Authorized By:

A/Staff Sergeant Dallas Lockhart, #101

B Platoon 


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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