31 October, 2014
RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY:
Cst Trevor Robins, #128
Public Information Officer
For last 24 hours:
Break & Enter
A resident in the 1000 Block of Frederick reported that her garage had been broken into between 2000 hours on 2014-10-28 and 0800 hours on 2014-10-29. Stolen was a men’s Nakamura red and black mountain bike and a women’s Nakamura purple and white mountain bike. Possible entry gained thru the overhead door as the man door was locked with no damage but the car that was parked in the back (outside of garage) had been entered and the garage door opener was clipped on the visor.
Break & Enter
A break and enter was reported to a business in the 300 block of Park Ave E. that occurred in the last couple of days. The fence of their locked compound was cut and fuel was stolen from the tanks that are located there. No witnesses or suspects.
At 1251hours Police attended to a disturbance in the 1900 block of Queens Ave. Upon arrival Police spoke with the victim who indicated she had been assaulted by her boyfriend. During a heated argument, the suspect pinned her to the ground with his knee and bit her on the left wrist. A 30 year old male was charged and released to appear in court on December 4th, 2014.
Theft Under $5000
A business in the Coral Center contacted Police advising they had apprehended the female for shoplifting. After speaking with the suspect it was learned she also had an outstanding warrant for Breach of Probation. A 35 year old Brandon female was charged and released to appear in court on January 8th, 2015.
Breach of Recognizance X 2
At 00:47 hours a resident from Glendale Trailer Court reported 4 or 5 people had broken into his residence and he was hiding outside. He called back stating that people had left and he would speak to Police at his residence. The complainant was not forthcoming with details regarding his residence and the disturbance. The resident had been drinking and therefore breached conditions on his Recognizance. A 30 year old Brandon male was lodged for court this morning.
4 individuals arrested for IPDA
1 individual arrested for Breach of Peace
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