Police have charged a Brandon woman in her 20s for failing to provide necessaries of life and abandoning her child. The charges stem from an incident News 4 first told you about on September 27, 2018, when officers were called to a home on Willowdale Crescent after receiving a report from a security company about
A traffic stop by Brandon police turned into a drug trafficking investigation early this morning, October 11, 2018. Police say that just after 1:30 am they stopped a vehicle on Pacific Avenue after running the plates and finding out they were expired. The male driver was in possession of a small bag of methamphetamine which
Brandon Police report that Darshane has been safely located Brandon Police Service is requesting the assistance of the public at large in locating Darshane Wacanta 21-year-old Brandon woman reported missing from Brandon on Monday, September 24th 2018. Wacanta was last seen at 4:35 pm in the 000 block of 7th Street. Wacanta is described
Brandon Police report on Sunday, September 30, 2018, that Amanda has been safely located. Police are seeking information on the whereabouts of Amanda REMEZOFF. Amanda is approximately 5’10 with blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen in Brandon on September 14, 2018. A member of REMEZOFF’S family contacted Brandon Police Service, as
A Brandon woman is facing charges after she left her child unattended. Police say that just after 1:00 am on Thursday, September 27, 2018, they were called to an apartment complex on Willowdale Crescent after a security company contacted them about a child crying in one of the units with no apparent adult present. When
Cold water stops fleeing suspect say Brandon Police. Early Sunday morning, September 23, 2018, police checked a Saskatchewan vehicle near Westaway Bay and Pacific Avenue and learned that it had been stolen a few days earlier from Indian Head Sask. As officers tried to pull the vehicle over it refused to stop and led officers on
Brandon Police have arrested a 52-year-old woman for fraud after an email account for a pension company was hacked. The investigation began when the victim contacted Toronto Police in June 2018, about a fraud that had occurred. According to police the hacker posed as the Chair of a pension company and sent an email to
Brandon Police (BPS) are happy today after receiving more than $ 76,500 worth of new tactical equipment. On Wednesday, August 29, 2018, Manitoba Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced the funding that came through the Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund. “It’s important for officers to have the necessary gear to ensure they are as protected as possible.