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Brandon Police Service

1020 Victoria Avenue
Brandon, MB

Emergencies 911

Non-Emergencies 204-729-2345

For the last 24 hours:

Inmate Arrested:

A 36 year-old male was arrested on Friday morning at Brandon Correctional Centre for two counts of failing to comply with a court order.  The accused has been in custody since November, 2020, and is bound by two non-communication orders that prohibit him from having contact with an ex-partner.  Despite these orders, the accused made in excess of 445 calls to his ex-partner.  The accused will appear before the Court this morning.


Break & Enters:

Members dealt with a number of break and enters reported Friday morning.  All were to sheds or garages located on residential property.  A shed was broken into on Waverly Drive and two bicycles were stolen, both of which were recovered.  A detached garage was broken into on the 600 block of 37th Street, and a bicycle stolen from there.  A work shed was also broken into on the 600 block 37th Street and some tools stolen.  These three break and enters are believed to be related.  A fourth break and enter was reported to a detached garage on the 600 block 24th Street and articles stolen.  These items were recovered during a separate incident, and a suspect identified.  These incidents are all still under investigation. 


Arrest Warrant Executed:

Late Friday afternoon, a 34 year-old female was the subject of complaint from an incident in the 100 block 1st Street.  She was located in the 900 block Rosser Avenue and was found to be the subject of a warrant for arrest for theft under $5000.  She was arrested and later released to appear in court on April 22nd to answer to the charge.



A 26 year old male was held to sober up from drug intoxication after numerous calls were received of hi causing a disturbance in the area of the 900 block Victoria Avenue.



A/Staff Sergeant D. Lockhart, #101

B Platoon


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.