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6 July 2019





For the last 24 hours:


Possession of a Prohibited Weapon, Carry a Concealed Weapon

On Friday morning, Brandon Police Service members attended a disturbance on Ottawa Avenue. One of the males in attendance at the residence, a 17-year-old Brandon male, was found in possession of bear mace. The male was lodged at BCC for a remand hearing in the morning.


Warrants Executed

On Friday morning, police attended a disturbance on Victoria Avenue and encountered a female with an unendorsed warrant for Failing to Appear in Court X 3. The 38-year-old Brandon woman was lodged at BCC for a remand hearing in the morning.

On Friday afternoon, Brandon Police conducted a traffic stop and the 21-year-old female passenger, from Brandon, was found to have an endorsed warrant for her arrest for failing to comply with a Peace Bond, out of Swan River. The female was arrested and released for court in September.

Later on Friday afternoon, the Brandon Police Service was notified that the Swan River RCMP had arrested a 36-year-old male from Split Lake on the strength of our unendorsed warrant of arrest for Breach of Undertaking. The male was held in custody in Swan River for a bail hearing.

On Friday evening, police conducted a traffic stop in the 900 block of Lorne Ave where the passenger, a 16-year-old Brandon female, was found to have an unendorsed warrant for her arrest for Assault, Possess a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose, Carry a Concealed Weapon and Utter Threats. The female was arrested and found to be in possession of a knife. She was also charged with a further count of Possessing a Weapon and breach of her recognizance conditions. She was lodged at BCC for court in the morning.

Early Saturday morning, police checked a pedestrian in the 400 block of Richmond Avenue. The 28-year-old Brandon male was found to have an unendorsed arrest warrant from Winnipeg for Failing to Comply with a Court Order. He was arrested and lodged for court in the morning.


Weapon Possession

At 8 pm on Friday night, a female attended the Brandon Police Service and complained that her ex-boyfriend had pointed a gun at her and threatened her and her family. The 28-year-old Brandon male was located at his residence and arrested without incident. He was charged with Utter Threats, Point a Firearm, Possess a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose and Possess a Weapon contrary to a Court Order. The “firearm” was located and discovered to be a pellet pistol closely resembling a real firearm. The male was lodged at BCC for court in the morning.


Fail to Comply with Probation

While at an unrelated call on Saturday evening, police arrested a 30-year-old Brandon male as he was located in the company of a female with whom he is on a court order to have no contact or communication with. The male was released from custody for court in August.


Impaired Driver

At 8:30 pm, members of the Brandon Police Service were conducting a Check Stop in the 200 block of 18th Street. A male operating a motorcycle was checked. The 53-year-old Brandon male showed signs of impairment and was taken to Brandon Police Service for breath tests. The male provided two samples at over twice the legal limit. He was released from custody and will appear in court later in July.



At 5 am Saturday morning, a female at a south end residence reported that she had been robbed of her iPhone. The suspects had fled west bound from the location and were located nearby. The investigation revealed that only one male, a 14-year-old from Brandon, was involved and was arrested for robbery without incident. The male was lodged at BCC for court in the morning.


Other Arrests

Two persons were arrested for breach of the peace and will be released from custody when sober.



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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