Brandon Police Service Media Release
On Sunday night, a male attended to BPS to report that his girlfriend had assaulted him at a residence in the 600 block of Park Street. The victim said they had an argument and his girlfriend pushed him against a wall, choked him and slapped him in the face. A 31yr old Brandon woman was located, arrested and released to appear in court in March.
On Sunday afternoon, police received a disturbance call from a residence in the 500 block of Princess Ave East. Police attended and learnt that a 14yr old female had assaulted a male by striking him in the face. The female was arrested for Assault and released to attend court in March. The victim did not receive any physical injuries as a result of the assault.
On Sunday afternoon, a female reported she was robbed of her shoes at 17th Street and Rosser Ave. After further investigation, it was determined the female had not been robbed but had lost the shoes at a residence the previous evening. The female had been contacted by another female who had found the shoes and arranged to meet her. They got into argument and the victim was struck numerous times in head and face. A 20yr old Brandon woman was arrested for Assault and released to appear in court in April. The victim received minor injuries as a result of the assault.
On Sunday, Emerson RCMP attended to a disturbance at a local establishment and located and arrested a male on a BPS arrest warrant for Fail to Attend Ident, Breach of Probation 3x and Assault. A 24yr old Portage la Prairie man was held in custody and will appear in court.
Breach of Recognizance Order:
On February 18th 2017, a curfew check was conducted at a residence in the 3700 block of Centennial Blvd on a male, who was not located, and it was discovered that he was not abiding by the curfew on his recognizance order. On February 19th 2017, police attended to the residence and located the 14yr old Brandon male, he was arrested for breach of recognizance and lodged at BCC for court in the morning.
1 person was arrested and detained for Breach of the Peace