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Sergeant Dallas Lockhart, #101

Public Information Officer



For last 24 hours:


Arrest Warrants Executed:

At about 10:35 AM Tuesday, members were called to the Brandon Court House by Sheriff’s Officers.  They were detaining a 16 year old female as they were aware a warrant for her arrest, for failing to comply with Probation Order, had been issued.  The youth was arrested on the strength of the warrant and released to appear in Court again on October 28th.

A 25 year old male attended BPS around 10:45 AM Tuesday, as he knew a warrant for his arrest had been issued for failing to attend Court.  He was arrested on the strength of the warrant and released from custody.  He is scheduled to appear in Brandon Court on October 28th.

At about 12:40 PM, a 26 year old male from Minnedosa attended to BPS as he believed there was a warrant for his arrest.  There was.  The warrant was held by the RCMP in Minnedosa for uttering threats and failing to comply with probation order.  The accused was arrested and later released from police custody and he is scheduled to appear in provincial Court in Minnedosa on November 18th

A 16 year old male turned himself into Police at BPS just before 3:00 PM as he believed that there was a warrant issued for his arrest.  A Supervision Suspension warrant was confirmed and the youth was taken into custody on the strength of that.  He was conveyed to Brandon Correctional Center where he would be held pending a review of his status.

Just after 3:00 PM Tuesday, BPS members attended to a residence in the 1100 block 6th Street at the request of the Portage la Prairie RCMP to locate and arrest a suspect on the strength of an arrest warrant held by them.  The warrant was failing to attend court.  The 25 year old woman was located at the home and arrested.  She was lodged at Brandon Correctional Center and is to appear in Brandon Court today.

At about 8:40 PM, the RMP Hamiota Detachment advised that they had arrested a 40 year old male from Rolling River First Nation on the strength of an arrest warrant held by us, as they already had him in custody on an unrelated matter.  The arrest warrant was for the offences of sexual assault and sexual interference.  The male was held in custody and is to appear in Brandon Provincial Court today.

Members attended to a disturbance in the 200 block 12th Street at about 10:50 PM last night.  A male was observed attempting to evade being observed by police and a subsequent records check of him revealed that Portege la Prairie RCMP held a warrant for his arrest for failing to comply with a Probation Order.  The 25 year old man was arrested on the strength of that warrant.  He was lodged at Brandon Correctional Center to appear in Brandon Court today.

A 25 year old male that Police had dealt with on September 27th attended to BPS for the purposes of the Identification of Criminal Act process on Tuesday afternoon.  While at BPS, he was taken into custody for having breached his conditional sentence order during the initial incident.  He was lodged at Brandon Correctional Center to await a review of his release status.


Residential Break & Enter:

A resident from the 600 block Rosser Avenue East reported that sometime during the day, a suspect or suspects entered his home, possibly through an unlocked door and stole a television and a case of beer.  The suspect(s) was considerate enough though to lock the door upon leaving, as the home-owner had to use the key to enter when he returned home.  The matter remains under investigation.  



At about 7:20 PM Tuesday evening, members responded to a third party report of a possible domestic dispute occurring on Orchard Bay.  As a result of the response, a highly intoxicated and uncooperative male was removed from the residence and lodged at Brandon Correctional Center to de-escalate the situation and prevent a continuance of a breach of the peace.  He will be released this morning when sober.

A 47 year old male was found passed-out on the curb in the 800 block Pacific Avenue.  He was highly intoxicated and unable to care for himself so was lodged under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act.

Around 2:25 AM this morning, a highly intoxicated 20 year old female entered a secure building in the 0-00 block 9th Street and caused a disturbance for the tenants.  She was lodged to prevent a further breach of the peace and will be released once sober this morning.


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.