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30 June 2020





For the last 24 hours:


30 June 2020


Arrest Warrants Executed

On Monday afternoon, a 28-year-old Brandon male attended the Brandon Police Service for an unrelated matter. He was checked and found to be wanted for mischief on an endorsed warrant. The male was arrested and released for court in August.

On Monday afternoon, police attended the 600 block of Pacific Avenue after receiving a complaint that someone had set up a tent and was living in the area. A 37-year-old female was located nearby and found to have an endorsed warrant for her arrest for breaching her probation. She was arrested and released for court in August.

On Monday evening, a 16-year-old Brandon male attended the Brandon Police Service to turn himself in after becoming aware that there was an unendorsed warrant for his arrest for failing to appear for identification and for failing to comply with the conditions of his undertaking. The male was held in custody and will appear in court in the morning.


Theft of Semi-Trailer

On Monday afternoon, an employee of Inland Kenworth in Winnipeg reported the theft of a set of two trailers from their Brandon location on the north hill sometime over the last three weeks. The trailers are described as 2020 Doepker Aluminum Legacy Bulkers valued at approximately $130,000.00. The police investigation is continuing.


Aggravated Assault

On June 11th, an inmate at the Brandon Correctional Center assaulted his cellmate by kicking and punching him repeatedly in the head and face. The victim suffered significant head and facial injuries as well as a fractured ankle. The accused, a 26-year-old inmate was arrested last night for aggravated assault and will appear in court in the morning.



At 11:30 pm, Monday night, a male attended the Brandon Police Service in a hysterical state bleeding profusely from one hand. The male reported that he had been attacked by two females a couple of blocks from the station and had been cut in the process. The male was transported to BRHC by BFES to have his injury treated. Police service members located the sight of the altercation in the 300 block of 10th Street and the weapon used, a machete, in the 400 block of 8th Street. A 24-year-old female from Sioux Valley, who matched the description of the suspect was also located in the area and arrested without incident. She is charged with aggravated assault and robbery with violence and will appear in court Tuesday morning. A second female, whose identity cannot yet be confirmed was also located and is being held in custody while members of the major crimes unit continue their investigation. More charges are pending.


Weapon Possession

At 1:45 am, a police service member patrolling downtown heard a female screaming in the 300 block of 10th Street. When he attended to investigate a male waved him down and pointed out a second male that had brandished a knife during an altercation. The accused, an 18-year-old Brandon male, was located and was still in possession of the knife. The male was arrested for possession of a weapon and will be released in the morning. He will appear in court in October.


Gunshot Incident

At approximately 2 am, Tuesday morning, officers attended a report of a gunshot at a residence on Princess Avenue East. The investigation revealed that an unknown suspect shot a bedroom window out of the residence with a shotgun. Pellets and wadding from the shotgun shell were located inside the room. No one was injured during the incident. The occupants of the residence went elsewhere for the rest of the night. Members of the Major Crime Unit are investigating.




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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