Within the last 24 hours

Saturday, April 20th:

Arrest made after Break, Enter and Assault

In the early morning hours on Friday, April 19th, a male suspect forcefully entered a residence in the east end of Brandon and assaulted the homeowner and then fled prior to Police arrival. The male suspect was known to the female victim. A 36yr old Brandon man was arrested later in the day and will appear in Court today.

Unendorsed Warrant Executed

On Friday afternoon Police located a 36yr old male in the zero hundred block of 9th St who was found to have an unendorsed Warrant of Arrest for B&E, Failing to Comply with his Probation Order and Disobeying his Court Order. He will appear in Court today.

 Suspect Charged for attempting to stab an Officer

At approximately 8:17pm, Friday evening, Police were called to a hotel on 18th St. N after a male patron had reportedly punched another male in the face. The suspect, who had fled before Police arrived was located in the area, but instantly became aggressive. He attempted to punch one of the responding officers and then pulled knife and swung at the other officer with the knife, narrowly missing him. A successful Taser deployment enabled Police to gain control of the combative suspect. A 34yr old Brandon man will appear in Court today after being charged with Assault PO, Assault PO with a weapon, Resist Arrest, and other weapons related charges.

 Fail to Comply with Undertaking

Around 3:16am, on Saturday the 20th, Police responded to a disturbance at hotel in the 3100 block of Victoria Ave. A 22yr old man from Flin Flon, MB was found to be on an Undertaking not to communicate with the female that was in the room with him. He will appear in Court today.


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