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June 11, 2019

For the last 24 hours.


Theft Under $5000

On May 17, 2019, police received a complaint of a theft from an east-end retail business. Video surveillance from the business assisted in identifying the suspect. Police arrested the 31-year-old male suspect on Monday afternoon. Police lodged the male at Brandon Correctional Centre. He will appear in court today.


Arrest Warrants Executed - Two Arrests

Late Monday afternoon, a 30-year-old male attended to Brandon Police Service to turn himself in, as he was aware there was a warrant in effect for his arrest. Police lodged the male at Brandon Correctional Centre and he will appear in court today on charges of Fail to comply with Probation Order.

Police stopped a vehicle after 1:00 am and learned that a 25-year-old female passenger was the subject of an outstanding warrant. Members arrested her and she will appear in court on July 19, 2019 for Breach of Probation Order.


Breach of the Peace – Three arrests

Shortly after 8:00 pm police responded to a fight outside a residence in Brandon’s Downtown. Police arrested a 24-year-old male who was involved in the disturbance. As he was intoxicated, police lodged him at Brandon Correctional Centre to prevent further issues.

At approximately 8:20 pm, police received a report of a 39-year-old female, who was demanding cigarettes from other individuals to the point where she was becoming violent in the east end. Her quest for nicotine did not injure anyone; however, her behavior would not subside. She was lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre to prevent any offences from occurring.

At approximately 3:30 am, police took a 21-year-old female into custody after repeatedly interacting with her beginning at 9:00 pm. Throughout the evening, police attempted to leave her in the care of responsible adults; however, they were unable to control her outbursts. The final straw occurred when the female showed up at Brandon Police Service and proceeded to throw a rock at a parked cruiser. She was lodged to prevent any offences from occurring.



Police received reports of an assault in progress at a west end residence at approximately 5:40 pm. Police took a 33-year-old male into custody after learning he had kicked and punched the victim, causing bruising. The victim did not require any medical treatment. Police lodged the male at Brandon Correctional Centre due to his intoxicated state. He will appear in court on August 8, 2019.


Breach of OIC Undertaking

At approximately 9:15 pm, police received a call of a neighbourhood disturbance in which a 21-year-old female was the problem. While attending a birthday party of a family member, the female proceeded to become quite intoxicated. She made obscene and threatening gestures to people in the neighbourhood, including, mooning them and flipping the bird. Police learned that she is on orders, not to communicate with individuals in attendance to the party, not to attend the residence, and not to consume alcohol. She was arrested for the breaches and lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre. She will appear in court today.


Breach of Recognizance

At approximately 9:30 pm police attended to assist in a call in which a 36-year-old male had taken too much of an unknown drug and required medical attention. Once he was medically cleared, he was arrested as he was on conditions to abstain from consuming intoxicants. He was lodged at Brandon Correctional Centre and will appear in court today.



Sergeant Kirby Sararas #119

Public Information Officer

Community Support


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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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