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Brandon Police Service

1020 Victoria Avenue
Brandon, MB

Emergencies 911

Non-Emergencies 204-729-2345

For the last 24 hours:


Possession of a Weapon / Uttering Threats

At approx. 10:00 AM Friday May 21, officers were called to an apartment complex in the 300 block of 10th St for a male threatening others in the building.  When the officers arrived, the 40-year-old male exited an apartment armed with a large hunting knife.  After multiple pleas for the male to drop the knife, he complied and he was taken into custody. The male was held for court on Friday afternoon, charged with uttering threats and being in possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.


Arrest Warrant Executed

After dealing with the weapons call in the 300 block of 10th St officers checked a female at that location, unrelated to the male with the knife.  The 28-year-old Brandon female, was wanted on the strength of an outstanding warrant of arrest for theft and failing to comply with a probation order.  She was arrested and held for court on Friday afternoon.


Assault / Sexual Assault

At approx. 1:45 PM Friday May 21, officers dispatched to a residence on Cornell Bay for a disturbance.  The call taker could hear a male and female screaming on the phone as members attended. Upon arrival, they discovered the two had been in an argument during which the 26-year-old male pushed the female victim against the wall and was choking her.  The male was arrested for domestic assault because of the disclosure.  A second female provided a statement to police that the same male had attempted to sexually assault her earlier in the day. Further investigation was conducted and the evidence confirmed the statement of complaint from both female victims.  The male was held in custody overnight and will appear in court later this morning.  He is charged with domestic assault, sexual assault and choking to overcome resistance. 


Impaired Driving

At approx. 8:00 PM Friday evening, a male drove through a red light at 10th St and Princess Ave, narrowly missing a police vehicle that had the right of way.  The 57 year old male of Neepawa MB was stopped and was observed to have obvious signs of impairment, as well as open liquor in his vehicle.  He was arrested for impaired driving and was taken to the Brandon Police Service.  The accused provided two samples of his breath with readings in excess of twice the legal limit.   Further investigation revealed he is currently bound by an order not to consume alcohol. He was charged with impaired driving, drive over .08, fail to comply with his release order and also received a ticket for having open liquor in his vehicle. He will appear in court on May 27.


Impaired Driving / Collision with Police vehicle

At approx. 1:05 AM today, an officer was stopped at a red light on Princess Ave at 18th St, when his vehicle was rear-ended by a westbound vehicle. The 18-year-old female driver displayed signs of impaired and was arrested for impaired driving.  Officers observed four additional passengers in the vehicle who were all intoxicated and had open liquor. The female driver provided two samples of her breath with readings in excess of the legal limit.  She has been charged with impaired driving and drive over .08 as well as unauthorized transportation of liquor.  She will appear in court on August 12.  The estimated speed of the suspect vehicle at the time of collision was between 20 – 30 km/h.  There were no injuries to any of the occupants of either vehicle.    


Fail to Comply with Release Order

At approx. 6:30 PM Friday, officers were called to a disturbance on Westaway Bay.  Upon arrival, male and female were having an argument.  The 33-year-old male of Gambler F.N. was found to be the subject of a release order with conditions that he not attend to the Westaway address and not communicate with the female.   He was arrested for failing to comply with the order and will appear in court on July 29.




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.