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Domestic - Brantford Woman Charged Attempt Murder

Jan 18, 2018

January 18, 2018

On Wednesday January 17, 2018 shortly before 8:00 a.m. the Brantford Police Service attended an address on Edith Monture Avenue regarding a disturbance.  Two children in the home had received non-life threatening injuries. The accused was taken first to hospital with non-life threatening injuries and then transported to the Brantford Police Service.  As a result of this investigation the accused, a 46 year old Brantford woman is charged with Attempt Murder X2 and is held in custody for a bail hearing on today?s date.

The Brantford Police Service will not be releasing the name of the accused or any information regarding the victims to protect their identity.

 

Previous Media Release

___________________________________________________________________ January 17, 2018

On Wednesday January 17, 2018 shortly before 8:00 a.m., the Brantford Police Service received a call to assist ambulance at an address on Edith Monture Avenue.  A 46 year old Brantford woman was taken into custody at the home. Two children at the home were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  The accused was also transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries and remains in police custody.

The investigation continues. The scene has been secured and officers from the BPS Major Crime Unit and Forensics Identification Unit will remain at the scene continuing their investigation.   

     

UPDATE - Suspicious Death

Jan 3, 2018

Type:  Homicide

Location: St. Paul Avenue/Terrace Hill Street, Brantford

Incident:  On January 1, 2018 at approximately 5:35 p.m., the Brantford Police responded to the Brantford General Hospital concerning an adult male victim who had suffered life threatening gunshot injuries.  The male victim, Jeffrey Ronald MAXNER, 34yrs of Brantford died as a result of those injuries.

Brantford Police Service does not believe that this was a random act, or that there is an ongoing risk to public safety as a result of the incident.

Police presence will remain in the area of Terrace Hill St. and St. Paul Avenue.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Detective Amber Jackson of the Major Crime Unit at 519-756-7050 extension 2271 ajackson@police.brantford.on.ca or Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. 

Brantford Police Investigating Homicide

Jan 2, 2018

The Brantford Police Service Major Crime Unit is currently investigating the death of a 34 year old Brantford man.

On Monday January 1, 2018 just after 5:30 p.m. the Branford Police Service received a call about a male who had been taken to the Brantford General Hospital with life threatening injuries.  An incident had occurred in the area of St Paul Ave and Terrace Hill Street.   The male victim has since died from his injuries.  A post mortem is to be conducted to determine the cause of death.   

Citizens and businesses in the area will continue to see an increased police presence as the investigation continues.  Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Detective Amber Jackson of the Major Crime Unit at 519-756-7050 extension 2271 ajackson@police.brantford.on.ca or Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477.   

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Type:  Suspicious Death Location: St. Paul Avenue/Terrace Hill Street, Brantford Incident:  On January 1, 2018 at approximately 5:35pm the Brantford Police responded to a call for service about an adult male victim who had suffered life threatening injuries.  The male victim has since died.  The Brantford Police do not believe that there is any risk to the public as a result of this incident.  Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Detective Amber Jackson of the Major Crime Unit at 519-756-7050 extension 2271 or Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. 

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