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BPS investigating another fire in abandoned house on 18th Street

By: Q Country/Star FM News
Posted: September 13, 2021 09:05

Police also looking into a business break-in on Rosser Avenue

Image - Brandon Police Service

Brandon police report that at 1000 hours on September 12th, the owner of a business in the 1600 block of Rosser Avenue arrived to work to find that their business had been broken into. After a look around it was determined that some electronics and various tools had been stolen.

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At approximately 1145 hrs, police located a 35-year-old male subject whom was evading an outstanding arrest warrant. He was arrested and held in custody to appear before the courts.

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At approximately 1230 hours, members attended to a residence on Cornwallis Crescent in hopes of locating a 25-year-old male whom was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant. The male subject was located and released from custody to appear in court in November.

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At approximately 1300 hours, police received a report from a female that she had been assaulted by her 30-year-old male partner. The male subject was unable to be located as he had left prior to police arrival. An arrest warrant was issued for the suspect.

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At approximately 1500 hrs, police were called to the Brandon Shoppers Mall as security had a 23-year-old male in custody that was previously banned from the premise. Police attended and learned that he was breaching a condition on his release order. He was released from police custody to appear before the courts in November.

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At approximately 1515 hours, a 31-year-old female attended to the Brandon Police Service Station to turn herself in on an outstanding arrest warrant that she had been evading from the RCMP. She was released from police custody to appear before the courts in November in Minnedosa.

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At around 1745, an abandoned house on 18th Street near McTavish Avenue in Brandon caught fire. Fire officials believe it was human-caused, but it's still under investigation. The building is empty - utilities were cut-off months ago. No-one was injured. 

(Image - Google - house in 600 block of 18th Street)

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At approximately 2230 hours, members attended to a residence on Cypress Blouvard in hopes of locating a 15-year-old male subject whom was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant. Once arrested on the strength of the warrant, he was also charged with and unrelated assault on behalf of the RCMP. The male youth was released from custody to appear before the courts in November.

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