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Public reminded to celebrate responsibly and comply with COVID-19 restrictions this New Year's Eve

Dec 31, 2020

With the current increase of cases of COVID-19 within Brantford and across Ontario, numerous restrictions have been implemented to limit the spread of the virus.
 
Effective Saturday, Dec. 26, 2020, at 12:01 a.m. a province-wide shutdown was initiated for all of Ontario.
 
In addition to the Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere Program (RIDE) the Brantford Police Service is working collaboratively with our municipal partners in by-law enforcement and the Brant County Health Unit to ensure the safety of our community in regards to COVID-19 Emergency Order infractions.
 
Under the COVID-19 Emergency Orders, no indoor organized public events or social gatherings of persons from outside the same household are permitted (with some specific exemptions):
  • Individuals who live alone may consider having exclusive, close contact with another household to reduce the negative impacts of social isolation.
  • Limit of 10 individuals for outdoor organized public events and social gatherings (must comply with public health advice on social distancing)
  • Weddings, funerals and other religious services, rites or ceremonies where physical distance can be maintained have a limit of 10 people indoors or outdoors 
 
Each attendee / organizer can be fined in accordance with the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act.  
  • Individuals violating the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act are subject to a set fine of $880. 
  • Individuals planning or organizing gatherings with persons outside their immediate household are subject to a set fine of $10,000.
 
Members of the public are reminded of the need to comply with COVID-19 safety measures including physical distancing, hand cleaning, and the proper wearing of facial / mouth coverings.
 
For more information from the Province of Ontario on the COVID- 19 Grey Zone – Shutdown protocols click here:  MOH - Ontario Wide Shutdown 2020-12-21 V2b

Reporting COVID-19 Violations: 

COVID-19 related violations can be reported by emailing covidviolations@brantford.ca or calling the City’s Customer Contact Centre at 519-759-4150
 
Do not call 911 or visit the station if you have COIVD-19-related questions — 911 is for critical situations and emergencies only. 
 
For any COVID-19-related questions, please call 519-759-4150 or email covidviolations@brantford.ca or the Brant County Health Unit at 519-753-4937 or covid19@bchu.org
 


MALE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, MISCHIEF AND CONTRAVENTIONS UNDER THE REOPENING ONTARIO ACT

Dec 29, 2020

Incident # 20-49779, 20-49744

At approximately 9:50 a.m. on December 23, 2020 officers with the Brantford Police Service received a report  of an individual within a retail location located at Henry Street and Wayne Gretzky Parkway who assaulted a store employee after being asked to wear a face covering.
 
When reminded that wearing a face covering within the retail location is mandatory under the Reopening Ontario Act, the accused male physically assaulted the store employee and then fled.
 
At approximately 1:30 p.m. on December 23, 2020, officers with the Brantford Police Service received an additional report of an individual within a retail location on Lynden Road who assaulted a store employee after being asked to wear a face covering.
 
The accused male became confrontational and belligerent towards the store employee after being asked to wear a face covering. Upon being asked to leave the store, the accused threw merchandise at the store associate.
 
Officers confirmed the same male was responsible for both incidents.
 
As a result of the investigation, a 25 year old male from Brantford, stands charged with the following:

  • Assault  X 2  under the Criminal Code
  • Mischief under $5,000 under the Criminal Code and,
  • Fail to comply with a continued section 7.0.2 order under the Reopening Ontario Act
 
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Brantford Police Service would like to remind the public that under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020, businesses or organizations must ensure that masks or face coverings are worn by any person (including members of the public and workers) in the indoor area of the business or organization, with limited exceptions.

To report a violation of COVID-19 provincial or municipal orders in Brantford, please visit Brantford.ca to access the online form or call the City’s Customer Contact Centre at 519-759-4150.

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UPDATE - BPS Charge Three Suspects in Hotel Shooting

Dec 22, 2020

Incident # 20-43759

Members of the Brantford Police Major Crime Unit have charged three men in relation to a shooting that occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 7, 2020.

At approximately 12:30 a.m. on November 7, 2020, police responded to a report of shots fired at the Comfort Inn on King George Road.  Upon arrival, police learned that four male suspects arrived at the hotel in a vehicle and subsequently fired multiple shots into a ground level room.  The suspects fled the scene in a silver 4-door vehicle.

No one was injured in the shooting, and police believe it to be a targeted event.  

Early in the investigation, links were investigated between this incident and the shooting of four victims later that same day on Stong Court in the Jane St. and Finch Ave. area of Toronto, which tragically claimed the life of a 12 year old boy. Evidence gathered through police investigation does connect the accused parties to be involved in both shooting incidents. BPS Major Crime Unit would like to thank members of the Toronto Police Guns and Gangs Unit and Toronto Police Homicide Unit for their assistance with this investigation.

As a result of police investigation, Jahwayne Genisis SMART, 25, of Toronto, stands charged with:

  • Attempt to Commit Murder X 2
  • Discharging Firearm with Intent to Wound X 2
  • Unauthorized Possession of Firearm   
  • Possession Firearm Contrary to Order       
  • Occupy Motor Vehicle with Firearm
  • Theft under $5000

As a result of police investigation, Rashawn CHAMBERS, 24, of Brantford, stands charged with:

  • Attempt to Commit Murder X 2
  • Discharging Firearm with Intent to Wound X 2
  • Unauthorized Possession of Firearm
  • Possession Firearm Contrary to Order
  • Occupy Motor Vehicle with Firearm
  • Theft under $5000

As a result of police investigation, Cjay William HOBBS, 27, of Toronto, stands charged with:

  • Attempt to Commit Murder X 2
  • Discharging Firearm with Intent to Wound X 2
  • Unauthorized Possession of Firearm
  • Possession Firearm Contrary to Order
  • Occupy Motor Vehicle with Firearm
  • Theft under $5000

This investigation remains ongoing. Officers with the Brantford Police Service seek one additional suspect in relation to this incident.

Anyone with information that may assist in the investigation is asked to contact Detective Jeff Cotter at 519-756-7050 ext 2271. Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant-Brantford Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively a web tip can be submitted at https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251 

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UPDATE - Incident # 20-43759

November 11, 2020 

Members of the Brantford Police Major Crime Unit and Street Crime Unit continue to investigate a shooting that occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 7th 2020.

At approximately 12:30 a.m., police responded to a report of shots fired at the Comfort Inn on King George Road.  Upon arrival, police learned that four male suspects arrived at the hotel in a vehicle and subsequently fired multiple shots into a ground level room.  The suspects fled the scene in a silver 4 door vehicle, travelling northbound on King George Road.

No one was injured in the shooting and police believe it to be a targeted event.  

Police are asking anyone who may have been in the King George Road area around the time of the incident and may have observed the vehicle or have dash camera video to contact them.

Brantford Police are working alongside the Toronto Police to investigate any possible links between this shooting and the shooting of four victims later that same day on Stong Court in the Jane St. and Finch Ave. area of Toronto that has tragically left a 12 year old boy fighting for his life.  Two arrests have been made in that case, and three loaded firearms recovered.

Anyone with information that may assist in the investigation is asked to contact Detective Jeff Cotter at 519-756-7050 ext 2271. Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant-Brantford Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively a web tip can be submitted at https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251 


Incident #20-43759
November 7, 2020
 
On Saturday, November 7, 2020 at approximately 12:30 a.m. a 9-1-1 call was received to report gun shots fired at a hotel located King George Road and Wood Street.  

Officers attended to secure the area and conduct an investigation.

The investigation is in the early stages however, it is believed that four male suspects arrived and released gunfire into a room from the exterior of the hotel. The hotel room was occupied at the time of the incident, fortunately the sole occupant of the room was unharmed.

Investigators are seeking four male suspects dressed in dark coloured clothing who fled the area in a light coloured, four door sedan. The suspect vehicle was last seen heading north bound on King George Road.

This incident is believed to be targeted. 

Anyone with information or surveillance video from the area is asked to contact the Brantford Police Service Major Crimes Unit at  519-756-0113. Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant-Brantford Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively, a web tip can be submitted at https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251 
Image of suspect vehicle
 
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Joint Investigation Recovers Gretzky Memorabilia

Dec 15, 2020

TWO ARRESTED AND OVER $500,000 USD IN STOLEN GRETZKY MEMORABILIA RECOVERED IN JOINT INVESTIGATION 

                                      
(BRANTFORD, ON) – The Brantford Police Service (BPS), in a joint investigation with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and with the assistance of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), have arrested an individual in connection with the theft of Wayne Gretzky sports memorabilia.

In August 2020, members of the Gretzky family contacted Brantford Police Service after discovering various pieces of Wayne Gretzky sports memorabilia missing from the residence of Walter Gretzky in Brantford, Ontario.

An investigation was entered into and it was quickly discovered that several of the missing items had likely been sold to various collectors across Canada.

Due to the multi-jurisdictional nature of the investigation, Brantford police sought the assistance of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).

A three-month investigation followed, which allowed police to identify specific residences where the stolen property was believed to be located. 

On December 8, 2020 officers with the Brantford Police Service, OPP and RCMP, with assistance from the Halton Regional Police Service, executed search warrants at five homes across Ontario and Alberta.

During the course of the search warrants, police successfully recovered various items of Wayne Gretzky sports memorabilia including multiple game used sticks, hockey gloves, pants, jerseys and a Player-of-the-Year award. The estimated value of the recovered property is believed to be valued in excess of $500,000 USD.
Additionally, during the course of the investigation, police uncovered evidence of a second individual, unrelated to the initial investigation, believed to have committed a fraud involving Gretzky memorabilia (hockey stick).

As a result of the search warrants executed on December 8, 2020, two individuals were arrested and charged under the Criminal Code.
  • A 58 year-old-male from Oakville is charged with Theft Over $5,000 and Possession Over $5,000
  • A 58 year-old female from Brockville is charged with Fraud Over $5,000 and Breach of Trust
The investigation remains ongoing.

We ask that the public and the media kindly respect the wishes of the Gretzky family and refrain from attempting to contact Mr. Walter Gretzky for interview or comment.
 

QUOTES

"As the lead agency in this multi-jurisdictional investigation, the Brantford Police Service is thankful for the assistance provided by our valued partners; the Ontario Provincial Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as well as the additional assistance from the Halton Regional Police Service. As a result of the work of our skilled investigators, over $500,000 USD in Gretzky memorabilia was successfully recovered.”    
- Chief Rob Davis, Brantford Police Service

"The OPP Professional Standards Unit provided assistance to Brantford Police Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in this multi-jurisdictional investigation. The OPP and our partners continue to collaborate and are committed to protecting individuals from victimization, recovering assets, and identifying and holding those accountable who compromise trust within our communities and prey on the vulnerabilities of their victims.”
- Commissioner Thomas Carrique, Ontario Provincial Police

"On behalf of our family, I would like to thank the Brantford Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for everything they have done regarding this investigation.  I would like to sincerely thank every member of the team; the professionalism, dedication and support they have shown has been greatly appreciated.”
-  Glen Gretzky, Representative of the Gretzky Family

Attached Photos of Recovered Items:

  • 1983-84 NHL Player of the Year
  • Eastern NHL Jersey – Front
  • Eastern NHL Jersey – Back
  • Gloves #1
  • Gloves #2
  • LA Kings Jersey – Back
  • LA Kings Jersey – Front
  • Sticks
  • Compilation Photo – various items
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photo - group of items

Eastern NHL Conference Jersey - FrontEastern NHL Jersey - Back

gloves - 1 gloves - 2
LA Kings Jersey - FrontLA Kings Jersey - Back

Pants - 2pants
hockey sticks

Crime Brief

Dec 11, 2020

Type:          Possession for the Purposes of Trafficking
Incident:         20-47496
Location:       Colborne Street East
Synopsis:
On Saturday, December 5, 2020 at approximately 1:52 a.m., officers with the Brantford Police Service observed a motor vehicle in a parking lot located on Colborne Street East. Upon observing police, the motor vehicle fled the area at a high rate of speed travelling eastbound on Colborne Street East. 
 
As police attempted a traffic stop, the motor vehicle was observed to continue driving dangerously at high speeds, failing to stop at several stop signs. Police were able to follow the motor vehicle into a parking lot on Colborne Street East where a male was observed attempting to flee from the driver seat of the motor vehicle. Officers were able to stop the male.
 
Investigation revealed the suspect is bound by one driver’s licence suspension for unpaid fines. 
 
At approximately 2:00 a.m., the male was placed under arrest. A search incident to arrest revealed the following items:
  • 21.5 grams (approx.) of suspected Fentanyl, which has an approximate street value of $5,375
  • 2 grams (approx.) of suspected Methamphetamine, which has an approximate street value of $300
  • Drug paraphernalia
 
As a result of the investigation, a 48 year-old-male from Brantford stands charged with:
  • POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING- Contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act x 2
  • DANGEROUS OPERATION – Contrary to the Criminal Code
  • DRIVE WHILE UNDER SUSPENSION – Contrary to the Highway Traffic Act

 
Type:           Disturbance
Incident:         20-47585
Location:       William Street
Synopsis:
On Saturday, December 5, 2020, Brantford Police were called to the area of William Street to investigate an unknown female creating a disturbance in the street. 
 
Officers with the Brantford Police attended and located the female sitting on the boulevard. Speaking with the female, officers observed signs of impairment. Upon transport to the care of a family member, the female became violent and verbally abusive to the transporting officer. The female was warned by officers to stop. 
 
Upon removal from the police vehicle, the female attempted to spit on an officer. At this time, the female was arrested. 
 
During transport to the Brantford Police Service, the female continued to violently kick the interior of the police vehicle. Upon arrival at the Brantford Police Station, the female bit an officer on the leg.      
 
As a result of the investigation, a 21-year-old female stands charged with the following offences under the Criminal Code:
  • Assault Police x2
  • Cause Disturbance by being drunk 


Type:           Motor Vehicle Collision
Incident:         20-47593
Location:       County Road 18
Synopsis:
On Saturday, December 5, 2020 at approximately 11:23 p.m., Brantford Police responded to a motorcycle crash on County Road 18 between Henry Street and Colborne Street. Upon arrival, police located the motorcycle but were unable to locate a driver and began to search the area. Witnesses at the scene stated to police that the motorcycle was observed travelling at a high rate of speed and failed to stop at the red light on Country Road 18 and Henry Street.

Investigation revealed a cellphone attached to the motorcycle was registered to the same address where a taxi had recently travelled to from an address nearby the accident location.
 
Ontario Provincial Police were dispatched to the suspect male’s address in Caledonia. 
 
Speaking with the officer, the suspect stated he was the operator of the motorcycle at the time of the motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that the motorcycle was not properly registered and was also being operated with improper plates and without insurance.

At approximately 12:23 a.m an Ontario Provincial Police officer placed the suspect male under arrest.
 
A search incident to arrest revealed the male to be in possession of approximately 0.8 grams of suspected Methamphetamine with an approximate street value of $120.
 
Further investigation revealed that the male has a driver’s licence suspension.
 
As a result of the investigation a 29 year-old- male from Caledonia stands charged with:
  • DANGEROUS OPERATION - Under the Criminal Code 
  • FAIL TO REMAIN- Under the Criminal Code
  • POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- Under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
  • DRIVE WHILE UNDER SUSPENSION – Under the Highway Traffic Act
  • USE PLATES NOT AUTHORIZED – Under the Highway Traffic Act
  • FAIL TO APPLY FOR PERMIT ON BECOMING OWNER – Under the Highway Traffic Act
  • OPERATE A MOTOR VHICLE WITHOUT INSURANCE- Under the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act 


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Male Arrested for Break and Enter

Dec 9, 2020

Incident # 20-47839
UPDATE
On Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at approximately 11:40 p.m. a 32 year-old male from Brantford was arrested and charged with the following Criminal Code charges in relation to a break and enter at 171 Colborne Street, which occurred earlier in the day:
  • Break and Enter and Commit 
  • Breach Probation
  • Theft Under $5000.00
  • Mischief over $5000.00
Additionally, officers were able to confirm this individual as the suspect wanted for several similar incidents occurring from December 5, to December 8, 2020. As a result of the investigation, the following additional Criminal Code charges have been laid in relation to the incidents as outlined below.

Incident # 20-47817:  
On December 7, 2020 Brantford Police Service received a report to advise that a break and enter had occurred on December 5 and December 6 at a Darling Street apartment building.  As a result of this investigation, the suspect stands charged with the following violations under the Criminal Code in relation to this report: 
  • Break and Enter and Commit 
  • Break and Enter with Intent x 2
  • Mischief Under $5,000 
  • Breach of Probation Order 
 
Incident 20-47866: 
On December 8, 2020 Brantford Police Service received a report to advise that an unknown male stole various items from a retail store located on Colborne Street East. As a result of this investigation, the suspect stands charged with the following violations under the Criminal Code in relation to this incident:
  • Theft Under $5,000
  • Possession of Stolen Goods under $5000
  • Breach of Probation Order
 
Incident # 20-47886: 
On December 8, 2020 Brantford Police Service received a report to advise that a break and enter has occurred at a facility located on Lynwood Drive. As a result of this investigation, the suspect stands charged with the following violations under the Criminal Code in relation to this incident:
  • Attempt Break and Enter with Intent
  • Possession of Break-in Instruments
  • Failure to Comply with Probation Order 
The individual has been held for bail.

ORIGINAL RELEASE
December 8, 2020

On Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at approximately 4:15 a.m., Brantford Police Service officers were dispatched to 171 Colborne Street in regards to a break and enter.

Investigation revealed that at approximately 2:25 a.m. a lone male gained entry to the building by forcing the front door. The male was inside the building until approximately 4:00 a.m. when his activity triggered the alarm system. The male is believed to have exited the building by the front door and fled the area on foot.   

The interior of the building sustained extensive property damage.  

Suspect Description:
  • Male
  • Thin build
  • Wearing a black hoodie with green interior to the hood, grey Under Armour brand hat, black face mask, blue latex gloves, dark coloured pants, and was carrying a large grey hiking bag
suspect photo   suspect photosuspect photo
   


Brantford Police and seeking to identify the suspect in the attached photos and are asking for anyone who may have information related to the incident to contact Brantford Police Service at 519-756-0113.  Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Brant- Brantford Crime Stoppers at 519-750-8477 or 1-800-222-8477. Alternatively, a web tip may be submitted at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=251 

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PUBLIC ADVISORY – HOLIDAY R.I.D.E. CAMPAIGN

Dec 3, 2020

In an effort to keep our roads safe from impaired drivers, the Brantford Police Service is launching the 2020 Holiday R.I.D.E campaign. The campaign goal is to take alcohol and drug-impaired drivers off the roads.

The Brantford Police Service invites the media to help raise awareness surrounding alcohol and drug impaired driving and the consequences.
 
The BPS Holiday R.I.D.E program will be running during December 2020.
 
During the month of December 2019, the BPS Holiday R.I.D.E program checked 2210 vehicles and issued 4 charges.
 
Impaired driving means operating a vehicle (including cars, trucks, boats, snowmobiles and off-road vehicles) while your ability to do so has been compromised to any degree by consuming alcohol, drugs or a combination of the two. Impaired driving is a very serious offence that endangers the lives and safety of everyone on our roads. 
 
Alcohol — even one drink — can reduce your ability to react to things that happen suddenly. The effects of alcohol also include blurred or double vision, impaired attention and slowed reflexes. Impaired driving is one of the leading causes of death on Ontario’s roads.
 
Brantford Police Service would also like to remind drivers that both prescription and non-prescription drugs are an impairment while driving. 
 

Penalties for Impaired Driving

If police determine that you are driving while impaired by alcohol or any drug, including cannabis, illegal drugs, prescription and over-the-counter medications, you will face severe penalties as well as potential criminal charges if convicted in court.
 
The penalties vary depending on the driver’s age, licence type, the amount of alcohol or drugs in your system, and the number of times you have been convicted. 
 
Impaired drivers will face the following penalties (depending on circumstances): 
  • Licence Suspension (3 days to lifetime)
  • Vehicle Impoundment (7 days)
  • Financial Penalties Payable ($250 to $550)
  • Licence Reinstatement Fee ($281) 
  • An ignition interlock device may be required (6 months to 10 years)
  • Attendance of mandatory education or treatment program(s)
  • A  mandatory medical evaluation to determine whether you meet the requirements for driving in Ontario
If convicted criminally of impaired driving in court, driver’s can also face additional fines and jail time.
 
Throughout Canada, the maximum legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for fully licensed drivers is to be under 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, or 0.08. Driving with a BAC of 0.08 or over is a criminal offence and the penalties are severe.
 
In Ontario, you will also face serious consequences if your BAC is between 0.05 and 0.08. This is commonly referred to as the "warn range.”
 
Drivers age 21 or under and novice drivers of any age (with G1, G2, M1, or M2 licenses) must not have any presence of alcohol in their blood when behind the wheel. This is commonly referred to as the "zero BAC” or "zero tolerance” rule.
 
Young and novice drivers are also prohibited from having any presence of cannabis in their system as well as other drugs that can be detected using approved drug screening equipment. Ontario has a zero tolerance approach to both alcohol and drugs for all young and novice drivers.

Don’t Do It - Avoid Driving Impaired

There are simple steps you can take to stay safe and avoid driving while you are impaired by drugs or alcohol:
  • Have a plan to get home safely. Have a designated driver, use public transit, call a friend or family member for a ride, call a taxi or ride share, or stay overnight.
  • Ask your doctor or pharmacist about side effects related to driving when using prescription medication.
  • Read the information on the package of any prescription drugs or over-the-counter medicine, including allergy and cold remedies.
  • Ask your doctor or pharmacist about how a prescription drug could affect you. Remember that combining drugs and alcohol together can impair your ability to drive more than using either one alone.
 
Have a plan to get home safely. Have a designated driver, use public transit, call a friend or family member for a ride, call a taxi or ride share, or stay overnight.

There is never an excuse for impaired driving.

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Police Seek Witnesses of Motor Vehicle Collision with Pedestrian

Dec 2, 2020

On Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at approximately 2:00 p.m. a motor vehicle collision occurred in the area of Clarence Street and Colborne Street in the City of Brantford.  A pedestrian was crossing Clarence Street on the North side of Colborne Street towards the downtown area when he was struck by a vehicle travelling South on Clarence Street.  Neither the vehicle or pedestrian remained on scene.  The vehicle is described as an Acura 4 door sedan. After speaking to eye witnesses, police have reason to be concerned for the well being of the pedestrian.

If you have any information regarding this incident or were an involved party please contact Acting Sergeant Kris REID of the Brantford Police at 519-756-7050 or email kreid@police.brantford.on.ca.

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MULTIPLE FIREARM CHARGES AND RECOVERED FIREARM

Dec 2, 2020

Incident # 20-46894
On Monday, November 30th, 2020 members of the Brantford Police – Community Patrol Section entered into a complaint involving a firearm. Officers launched an investigation and, with the assistance of the Major Crime and Street Crime Sections, search warrants were subsequently authorized for a vehicle and two Brantford residences.
 
Members of the Emergency Response Team executed the search warrants at a Grey Street residence and a Pearl Street apartment.  Three arrests were made during the course of the investigation.

At the conclusion of the search warrants, officers attended a third location, on Marlborough Street, where a sawed off shotgun and ammunition were located and seized.

As a result of the investigation:
  • A 51 year old man from Grey Street is facing 13 Criminal Code charges, including several firearm offences
  • A 27 year old Pearl Street woman is charged with firearm offences
  • A 33 year old Harris Avenue man was arrested on outstanding warrants

 photo of gunphoto of ammunition

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