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September 06, 2020

For the last 24 hours:

Commercial Break In

At 7:25 a.m. yesterday, a break in was reported to the City of Brandon landfill located in the 3000 block of Victoria Avenue East, which had occurred sometime overnight. The unknown suspects had cut a hole through the fenced in compound, and may have stolen some tools. This matter remains under investigation.

Damage to Property

At 11:45 a.m. yesterday, a disturbance occurred at a residence in the east end of the city. Investigation revealed that an argument occurred between the resident of the home and an adult daughter who does not reside there. The 20-year-old daughter at one point smashed one of the windows. She has been charged and released from custody and will appear in Brandon Provincial Court in November, charged with mischief to property.

Impaired Care and Control

At 11:55 a.m., a citizen reported a male sleeping behind the wheel of a vehicle in the zero hundred block of 22nd Street.  Police found the lone occupant passed out with his foot on the brake, while the vehicle was still in gear and the engine running. When police were able to wake the male, his foot slipped off the brake and the vehicle began to move forward. Officers were able to bring the vehicle under control. Police arrested the driver for being in care and control of a motor vehicle while impaired due to their observations of the suspect. The male subsequently provided samples of his breath indicating he was over the legal blood alcohol concentration. A male from Amaranth, age 46 years, will appear Brandon Provincial Court next week facing charges of having care and control of a motor vehicle while impaired, and having care and control of a motor vehicle while over 80 mg%.

Arrest Warrants Issued

The investigation into the stabbing at the skateboard park at 9th Street and Princess Avenue on Thursday, September 3, is continuing.  Last night at 8:10 p.m., a 21 year old female from the Brandon area was arrested in the downtown area near the skateboard park. She was recognized by patrol officers as being wanted in relation to this matter. That female has been held in custody and will appear before a Justice today, facing charges of assault and public incitement of hatred. 

Police have also obtained arrest warrants for the two following individuals of no fixed address in relation to this ongoing investigation; both face charges of one count of assault and one count of public incitement of hatred:

Jason HUNTINGHAWK

Steven Jason HUNTINGHAWK, born June 13, 1984

Annie HUNTINGHAWK

Annie Rose HUNTINGHAWK, born August 08, 1960

Other Arrests

  • A 57-year-old female from Brandon is in custody in cells for causing a disturbance and fighting with others within a residence. She will be released when sober
  • A 16-year-old male from Brandon is in custody after being removed from a residential group home. He was causing a disturbance in the home that staff was not able to manage.  
  • A 33-year-old female from Brandon is in custody in cells after being checked in the downtown area. She will appear before a Justice this morning as she was in breach of a Recognizance order by being out of her home beyond the hours of a court ordered curfew.
  • A 40-year-old male from Brandon will appear before a Justice this morning after police attended a disturbance in the 1900 block of Queens Avenue. It was discovered that he is currently bound by a Recognizance order, and was out of his home beyond the hours imposed on that order.
  • A 45-year-old male from Brandon was held in custody in cells under the authority of the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act, a 45-year-old male from Saskatchewan was released for court in November after being found to be wanted on an outstanding warrant of arrest, as was a 33-year-old woman from Brandon.

RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY: Staff Sergeant Roberts

Anyone with information on any unsolved crime is asked to call Brandon Crime Stoppers at 204-727-(TIPS) 8477, and your message to

CRIME STOPPERS 204-727-TIPS

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