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City of Brandon – January 15th 2022 Media Release – City of Brandon –

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January 15th 2022

Brandon Police Service Media Release for the Past 24 Hours.

Possession of Property Obtained by Crime

A 25 year old woman from Brandon was arrested on Friday afternoon and charged with Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.  The woman was intoxicated and causing a disturbance at Brandon Regional Health Center. The woman was taken into custody and had in her possession a package of maternity clothes that were stolen earlier in the day from a residence on Wapiti Way.  The woman was lodged at Brandon Police Service and will be released when she is sober with a court date in March.

Fraud Under $5000

A 38 year old Brandon woman was arrested on Friday afternoon on charges of Fraud Under $5000 and Possession of Property obtained by Crime.  She was located operating a vehicle by the investigating officer and arrested. She had committed a fraud at a store in the Brandon Shoppers Mall in December 2021. She will appear in court on the charges in March.

Other Arrests

A 16 year old male youth was arrested on Friday night in the 1000 block of Van Horne Ave.  He was breaching a curfew condition.  He was released to appear in court in February.

A 28 year old Brandon man was stopped driving a vehicle in the 600 block of 10th St.  He was breaching two conditions of a court order and was arrested. He will appear in court on Saturday morning.

A 41 year old man from Brandon was arrested on a warrant Assault held by Winnipeg Police Service. He was released to appear in court in Winnipeg in April.

A 36 year old woman from Brandon was arrested on a warrant for Failing to Attend Court and Break and Enter. She was released to appear in court in March.

A 26 year old woman was arrested on several warrant for theft and fraudulent use of a credit card. She was lodged to appear in court on Saturday morning.

V.W. (Bill) Brown #114, Staff Sergeant

NCO i/c D Platoon

204 729 2319

 

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.

CRIME STOPPERS 204-727-TIPS

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Brock Media Clips for Friday, May 27 – The Brock News – Brock University

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Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

Strategic voting in the provincial election: Labour Studies Professor Larry Savage spoke to CHML 900 about the impact strategic voting practices could have in the provincial election in Ontario. Savage also participated in seven interviews across CBC Radio stations in Ontario about the role that union endorsements are playing in the election.

Ontario parties pledge different approaches to clustering of cannabis shops: Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong spoke to The Globe and Mail, MJBizDaily, Newstalk 610 CKTB and several other radio stations about potential changes that could come to Ontario’s retail cannabis policy as a result of the upcoming provincial election.

Should children be playing more?: Assistant Professor of Educational Studies Sandra Della Porta spoke to CHML 900 about the importance of allowing young children to play while not overloading their lives with structured activities.

Millions of dollars are flowing into US cricket. But is there a market for the sport?: Assistant Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine spoke to The Guardian about whether the sport of cricket can establish itself in the United States. Naraine also spoke to Global News and Newstalk 610 CKTB about the NHL playoffs and developments in legalized sports gambling.

Local races tightening as campaign swings into full gear: Associate Professor of Political Science Livianna Tossutti spoke to the St. Catharines Standard about issues that could sway local races in Ontario’s provincial election.

Netflix confronts its employees: Professor of Business Ethics Paul Dunn spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about tension between Netflix and its employees, and the action the streaming company is taking to resolve it.

If you know of an appearance or story about a Brock faculty member, student, athlete or alumni, please drop us a line with a link to the story at universitycom@brocku.ca


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Police ID suspect after threat on social media against Bowmanville school – CBC.ca

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A suspect has been identified after a threat was posted on social media against Clarington Central Secondary High School in Bowmanville, Durham Regional Police say.

Police say the suspect is a male from outside the region. No information has been released about the nature of the threat.

Officers were present at the school east of Toronto on Friday to ensure the safety of students and staff.

By the afternoon, police said in a tweet that investigators determined there were no safety concerns.

The threat against the school was made Thursday night, police say.

The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending.

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Police investigating threatening social media post captured near Pointe-Claire school – CTV News Montreal

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Montreal police were on site at John Rennie High School Thursday after threatening images were posted to social media, which may have featured a firearm.

The post included two images: the first showed what appeared to be the side of the school. The second image depicted a young man holding what appeared to be a firearm in an unknown location. 

Police say the post is related to a conflict between two people who have yet to be identified, and that they were likely going to meet at the school. The threats were not directed toward the school itself. 

Police got a call reporting the post at around 9:40 a.m.

Students remained in class while officers stationed themselves at the school. The board notified parents of the situation and asked them not to pick up their kids.  

School board officials said in an internal note to parents that “at no point were staff or students in danger.”

School officials decided to send students home in the early afternoon as officers continued their investigation. Some were bussed out of school property at around 1 p.m.

Police say their firearm division is trying to learn more about the threats. There have been no arrests.

In a statement released later in the day, the Lester B. Pearson School Board thanked the police for acting quickly.

“Today’s incident was extremely regrettable and troubling,” the board said.

“We are extremely relieved and thankful for the prompt and thorough response of law enforcement and the professional way our staff managed the situation.”

A school spokesperson confirmed classes would resume Friday morning. 

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