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 A/S/Sgt. M. Melanson #111


Public Information Officer, 729-2345


2 August 2015 - Last 24 Hours



Domestic Assault


On the 1st August 2015 a 26 yr old Brandon male was charged with Domestic Assault for assaulting his girlfriend. The girlfriend received minor injuries as a result of the assault.  The male was charged and released to appear in court on 2015-09-03.


 Arrest Warrants Executed


On the 1st August 2015, a 39 year old Brandon male was checked by police in 00 blk of 9th Steet and was arrested on the strength of an Unendorsed Warrant of arrest out of Calgary for Theft of Motor Vehicle. The male will appear in Remand court in the am at BCC.


In a separate incident overnight, a 16 yr old male youth from Sioux Valley was arrested on the strength of an Endorsed Brandon Warrant of Arrest for Breach of Undertaking and Fail to Appear for prints.  The male will be released in the am on a Promise to Appear for Court on 1st September 2015.



Breach of the Peace


In the past 24 hours there were three separate incidents in which a male and two females from Brandon, were arrested for breaching the peace.  All are to be released later in the day on Sunday.




In the past 24 hours there were two males, one from Waywayseecappo and one from Brandon as well as a female from Brandon found to be highly intoxicated in separate incidents. Lodged at BCC to be released when sober.


Drunk and Disorderly - LCGA


A 19 yr old male from Hadashville, MB, was arrested at a business in the 900 blk of 18th Street overnight for drunk and disorderly under the LCGA. The male was lodged at BCC to be released in the am with a Provincial Offence Notice for Disorderly conduct in or around a licensed premise.






Anyone with information on any unsolved crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 727-8477. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display. Your call will not be recorded or traced. Crime Stoppers pays up to $2000.00 cash for information that leads to the solution of a crime.                            





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