Brandon police report, Aug. 20, 2014
CST TREVOR ROBINS, Public Information Officer
Recovered stolen vehicle
A citizen called indicating a vehicle had been parked in a parking lot in the 500 block of Frederick Street for the past four days with the keys in it and the doors unlocked. Police attended and located the vehicle, which was reported stolen on Aug. 5, 2014, from Highland Avenue.
Vehicle contents theft
Police received a report of a truck being broken into sometime overnight that was parked in the 800 block of Ninth Street. Stolen from the vehicle was an iPod charger. Entry was gained through an unlocked door, no suspects and witnesses.
Break and enter
At 4:03 a.m., a citizen residing in the 200 block of First Street reported her residence broken into 45 minutes prior to calling police. The complainant left the window open allowing entry after the screen was removed. Taken from the residence were two cellphones and a charger. A suspect has been identified and is under investigation.
• A 31-year-old Brandon male was lodged under the Intoxicated Person Detention Act (IPDA) after he was found passed out in the women’s bathroom at a business in the 3500 block of Victoria Avenue.
• A 25-year-old Brandon male was lodged under the IPDA after he was found passed out on the steps of a business in the 800 block of Pacific Avenue.
• A 22-year-old Brandon male turned himself in as he wanted to revoke his bail because he was no longer able to meet the conditions on his bail of house arrest. The subject was lodged for Breach of Peace until morning when the subject’s lawyer will make arrangements to have the bail revoked.
• At 11:37 p.m., police conducted a curfew check of a male who was not home as per his OIC Undertaking. A warrant of arrest was requested for a 21-year-old Brandon male, charged with Breach of OIC Undertaking.
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