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05 January 2021

For the last 24 hours.


Possession of Stolen Property

At approx. 1135 Monday, police received a report of a theft of gift cards, which had occurred on Dec 15.  The victim indicated there was an individual that appeared to be attempting to sell the property, online. Officers arranged a meeting with the seller under the guise they were interested in purchasing the items.  The property was confirmed to be the stolen items and the 33-year-old Brandon female was arrested for possessing stolen property.  Further investigation revealed that she was also the subject of an arrest warrant for failing to attend for photographs and fingerprinting.  She was held in custody for a court appearance today.  


Possession of Stolen Property

On Jan 3 2021, police received a report of a theft from a parked vehicle in the 2400 block of Louise Ave. On Jan 4 attempts were made to use several of the stolen credit and gift cards.  Through further investigation, a suspect was identified.  The 25-year-old Brandon male was arrested and during a search subject to arrest several of the stolen cards were still in his possession.  He was released for court on March 29.


Fail to comply with Release Order / Public Mischief

At approx. 11:35 PM Monday a male was checked by police in the 600 block of Van Horne Ave.  The male initially provided false name however officers were able to confirm his true identity.  Once identified it was discovered that he was currently bound by several release conditions including a curfew, which he was not following.  He was arrested failing to comply with the conditions of his release as well as for public mischief, for providing a false name in an attempt to go undetected.  The 32-year-old Brandon male will appear in court today. 



S/Sgt Kevin Loewen #98


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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