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March 21, 2020

For the last 24 hours:

March 21st, 2020

  

Domestic Assault

On March 20th, police received a report of a male causing a disturbance in the 700 block of Rosser Ave by yelling and throwing objects at his ex-girlfriends window. The suspect was not initially located however a statement was obtained from the victim who disclosed two previous assaults. Later this date, a 44 year old male was arrested for two counts of assault, as well as a separate charge of possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Breach of Release order 

On March 20th, police were called to the 1400 block of 1st street for a disturbance. Officers located a male and female inside a residence and learned that the male is on a court order to have no contact with the female. The 19year old male was arrested for Failing to comply with his release order. He is set to appear in court in June 2020. 

Breach of Probation and Theft under $5000.  

On March 20th police received a report of staff and customers struggling with a male who was attempting to steal items from a business in the 100 block of Victoria Ave East. Officers attended and located a highly intoxicated 30 year old male from Brandon who was arrested for Theft Under 5000.00. A further check also revealed that he was on a probation order with the condition not to consume alcohol. He was lodged at BCC until sober and will appear in court in August 2020.

 

Warrant, Breach of Release orders and Intoxicated persons 

In the early morning hours of March 21st, police were called to the 2300 block of McDonald Ave regarding a possible assault. Upon arrival by the officers, a disturbance could be heard inside a residence which was entered to prevent the assault. A large number of persons were located within, and a 16 year old male was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Police also discovered that this 16 year old was previously released with conditions to abstain from alcohol and observe a 10 pm to 7 am curfew.   He was arrested and lodged at BCC for a court appearance the following morning.

Police then questioned an 18 year old female who was located inside the residence and learned that she had been previously released on a court order with an 11pm to 7am curfew. She was arrested for breaching her release order and lodged at BCC to appear for court in morning.

In addition, while at the above mentioned house party in the 2300 block of McDonald Ave, police located 2 other males who were highly intoxicated and continued to cause problems in the presence of police.   A 26 year old male from Swan lake First Nation and a 26 year old male from Brandon were both arrested for Breach of the Peace and were lodged at BCC until sober.

 

Other Arrests: 

On March 20th around 6:00pm, police attended to a dispute between a 39 year old male and a 28 year old female in the 1000 block of 18th Street. Both subjects were found to be highly intoxicated and were arrested for breach of peace and locked up until sober.

On March 20th around 6:30pm, police attended to a disturbance in the 300 block of 6th Street, where a lone male was located in a highly intoxicated state. The 53 year old male was arrested for breach of peace and locked up until sober.

On March 20th around 8:15pm, police attended to deal with a female who had just been kicked out of a party in the 300 block of 9th Street. Officers attended and located a highly intoxicated youth who was arrested and lodged at BCC to be released once sober. 

On March 21st just after 4:00am, an 18 year old male attended to the Brandon Police service in a highly intoxicated state. Officers tried to convey him to his residence when he became quite agitated and would not cooperate. He was therefore lodged at BCC until sober to prevent any further incidents.

 

 

RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY:

Sergeant P. McBeth #122

For general inquiries or to file a report: (204)729-2345

 

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