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September 01, 2019

For the last 24 hours.

 

Break, Enter & Theft

On Saturday afternoon, police received a report of a B&E to the Full Tilt Towing compound on Moreland Ave. The suspect is believed to be the driver of a car that was impounded due to Impaired driving charges. The male suspect broke into the compound, as well as the vehicle, and removed personal items including his identification. The entire incident was captured on video surveillance and the suspect has been identified.

On Sunday morning at approximately 4:20 police received a report of glass being smashed in the 200 block of Rosser Ave. Officers attended and found a business which had been entered, and several pieces of yard maintenance equipment had been taken. Attempts to locate any suspects in the immediate area were unsuccessful.

 

Impaired Driver – Vehicle Rollover

On Sunday morning at 02:22 am, police were called to the scene of a vehicle rollover in the 3000 block of McDonald Ave. The vehicle had struck a pile of gravel on the roadway from a construction site, and launched into the air. A 19 year old male was located unharmed at the scene. After failing a roadside screening device, he was brought to the police station, where he provided two breath samples of more than double the legal limit. The driver was released for court on September 5th, 2019.

 

Possession of Meth 

While investigating a business Break and Enter in the downtown area around 2:30 am, a male was observed within the police perimeter and began to run from police. He was caught, identified and found to be on a Recognizance order with a curfew condition. Once arrested and searched, he was found in Possession of a small amount of Meth. A 47 year old male from Winnipeg was lodged at the Brandon correctional Center for court.

 

Arrest Warrants Executed 

On Saturday evening at 11:00pm, police learned that a female who was supposed to be serving an intermittent sentence on Friday evening had failed to show up, but did so on Saturday. As a result, an Arrest warrant had been granted for her, and officers attended to the Brandon Correctional Center to arrest her on new charges of being Unlawfully at Large. She was held in custody, pending her next court appearance.

On Sunday morning at approximately 5:30 am, police stopped a cyclist in the 200 block of Mctavish Ave, to conduct a persons check. Once identified, the 34 year old male from Garson MB, was learned to be Wanted on an outstanding warrant from Minnedosa for four counts of Breach of Probation. He was lodged at the Brandon Correctional Center to appear in court.

 

Prohibited Driver 

On Saturday evening around 8:45, a 40 year old female was waived into a police Checkstop, and subsequently identified as being prohibited from driving Canada wide. She was arrested at the scene and her vehicle was towed and seized. She was released to appear in court on September 11th.

 

Domestic Assault 

Early Sunday morning around 1:55am, police were called to the 3500 block of Willowdale with a report of an assault in progress. Upon arrival, the female victim disclosed that her boyfriend had slapped her across the face.   A 20 year old male was arrested and lodged at the Brandon Correctional Center, to be released once sober.

 

Other Arrests 

On Saturday at 6:15 AM, a 23 year old male from Brandon was found passed out on a back porch in the 300 block of Percy Street. He was removed and lodged at the Brandon Correctional Center, to be released when sober.

On Saturday at 8:10 PM, a 41 year old male was found passed out on a front step in the 000 block of 19th St. He was removed and lodged at the Brandon Correctional Center, to be released when sober.

 

 

RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY:

Sergeant P. McBeth #122

Patrol Division

(204)729-2345

 

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

 

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