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Brantford man charged with Manslaughter after Trafficking Cocaine and Fentanyl

Sep 5, 2017

 

Type: Manslaughter
Incident: 17- 33729
Location: Nelson Street
Incident: On Friday, September 1, 2017 shortly after 8:00 p.m., Community Patrol 
Officers attended an address on Nelson Street to assist ambulance 
regarding a suspected drug overdose. A 46 year old Brantford man was 
transported to hospital for medical treatment. On Monday, September 4, 
2017 the individual was pronounced deceased at hospital. 
The Brantford Police Service Major Crime Unit commenced a sudden 
death investigation into the suspected overdose and subsequent death of 
the victim. A Brantford man was identified by Detectives from the Major 
Crime Unit as the accused wanted in relation to the death of the victim. It
is alleged that the accused trafficked powdered fentanyl and powdered
cocaine to the victim.
Members from the Brantford Police Service Street Crime Unit sought out to locate and arrest the accused for Manslaughter. On Monday, September 4, 2017 shortly after 6:00 p.m., Detectives from the Street Crime Unit arrested the accused in a parking lot on Murray Street. 
Further, the following drugs were found on the accused at the time of his arrest:
1. 4.2 grams of suspected crack cocaine (Street Value $420.00)
2. 4.9 grams of suspected powder cocaine (Street Value $490.00)
3. 3.93 grams of suspected powder fentanyl (Street Value $983)
4. 1.44 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine (Street Value $216.00)
The total street value of drugs found on the accused is $2109.00.


Andrew Earl ALLISON, 34 years of Brantford is charged with the following offences in relation to the sudden death investigation;
* Manslaughter, contrary to section 236(b) of the Criminal Code
* Trafficking a substance (powder cocaine), contrary to section 5(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

* Trafficking a substance (powder fentanyl), contrary to section 5(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
As a result of the drugs found on the accused person at the time of his arrest the accused is also charged with the following offences.


* Possession for the purpose of trafficking a substance (crack cocaine), contrary to Section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
* Possession for the purpose of trafficking a substance (powder cocaine), contrary to Section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
* Possession for the purpose of trafficking a substance (powder fentanyl), contrary to Section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
*Possession for the purpose of trafficking a substance (methamphetamine), contrary to Section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act
* Possession of property obtained by crime, ($250.00 cash), contrary to Section 354(1) of the Criminal Code

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact Sgt. Gary Swift of the Major Crime Unit at 519-756-0113 ext. 2274 or gswift@police.brantford.on.ca



 

 

Project Shutdown Members Recover $800,000.00 in Stolen Vehicles

Jun 21, 2017

Southwestern Ontario experiences an extraordinarily high number of auto theft occurrences each year. It is estimated that the stolen car industry is a 600 million dollar a year illicit industry in Ontario. In particular, high end GMC pickup trucks and SUV?s are frequently targeted and "stripped? for their parts and sold illegally and within criminal networks. 

Project Shutdown is a multi- jurisdictional joint forces project led by the Hamilton Police Service and includes members from the Halton Police Service, Six Nations Police, the Ontario Provincial Police, and Brantford Police Service.  The project is aimed at targeting auto theft, in and around the greater Toronto area.

Members of Project Shutdown, using different investigative techniques, were able to identify numerous locations on the Six Nations Territory where stolen vehicles were being dropped off and dismantled.

On Thursday, June 15th 2017 a total of 75 stolen vehicles were located and recovered by police.  The approximate value of the recovered stolen vehicles is $811,000.

 

If you have any information that you believe could assist Police with the investigation into this crime you are asked to contact S/Sgt. Emidio Evangelista by calling 905-546-2991

To provide information anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit your anonymous tips online at http://www.crimestoppershamilton.com

 

 

Brantford Police Service Launch New and Improved Website

Jun 7, 2017

The Brantford Police Service has launched a new and improved redesigned website, www.brantfordpolice.ca.
The new contemporary design and site-wide navigation changes were designed to help visitors find the information they need faster and easier. 


Highlights of the website include a robust "I am looking for??" search feature,  GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Public Crime Mapping program, On-line reporting, On-line Police Background Records Checks, our Brantford Police Service YouTube channel and user friendly website.


The most significant changes can be seen on our home page. The changes were based on direct requests from our users as well as statistics that were analyzed from our most visited pages. Our home page features direct links to our daily crime briefs, tweets and career section.

On-line reporting can be completed from the comfort and convenience of your own home. On-line reporting is available 24/7 and benefits the community by; instantly providing an occurrence number for insurance purposes, the ability to add information after initially reporting it and allowing our officers to focus on higher priority calls for service occurring within the community. Incidents that can be reported on-line where there are no suspect(s) are;

  • Damage to Vehicle (other than by collision and under $5000)
  • Lost or Stolen Driver's License
  • Stolen Vehicle Plates
  • Theft (Under $5000)
  • Lost Property (Under $5000)
  • Mischief/Damage to Property (Under $5000)
  • Theft from Vehicle (Under $5000)

 

We are excited to announce that our new website is a responsive web site, which allows community members to access and utilize services that are available on the website from any mobile device they choose.


Finally, our website offers an RSS feed (Rich Site Summary) which is a special form for delivering regularly posted web content to whoever subscribes. To receive automatic updates on all our latest news and crime prevention tips visit our links page at www.brantfordpolice.ca.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS LAW ENFORCEMENT TORCH RUN 2017

Jun 6, 2017

On Friday June 9, 2017, the Brantford Police Service will be hosting its annual Law Enforcement Torch Run and BBQ in support of the Special Olympics.

 

 

 

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Law Enforcement Torch Run. The Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) is the largest public awareness vehicle and grass-roots fundraiser for Special Olympics.  Known honourably as Guardians of the Flame, law enforcement members and Special Olympics athletes carry the "Flame of Hope? into the Opening Ceremony of local competitions, and into Special Olympics Provincial, National, Regional and World Games.  Worldwide annually, more than 97,000 dedicated and compassionate law enforcement members carry the "Flame of Hope,? symbolizing courage and celebration of diversity uniting communities around the globe.

Special Olympics athletes will join participants from the BPS and students on Friday June 9th 2017 at 11:00 a.m. for photo opportunities on the track at Pauline Johnson Collegiate & Vocational School at 627 Colborne Street. The Torch Run will take place from 11:30 a.m. till 12:30 p.m. on the school track. The change of location adds to the community involvement as students who wanted to take part and raise funds for the Special Olympics are now able to attend and be a part of the event. 

We invite members of the community and our media partners to join us at Pauline Johnson Collegiate & Vocational School, to cheer on participants, purchase a special edition t-shirt and/or join us for a charity BBQ all in support of the Special Olympics.

 

 All proceeds from the event will go to support Special Olympics activities, programs and travel to games, accommodations, meals, athlete training and development initiatives in school.

Anyone wishing to purchase Special Olympics Torch Run shirts in advance may contact Cst Christine McCallum at 519-756-0113 ext 2901,  cmccallum@police.brantford.on.ca or Cst Scott Gibson at 519-756-0113 ext 2837 sgibson@police.brantford.on.ca  Shirts can  be purchased at the BBQ. 

 


The Brantford Police Service would also like to thank Strodes BBQ and Deli, who once again has graciously donated supplies for the Charity BBQ.

 

Brantford Inmate Escapes - Incident #20650-17

Jun 5, 2017

 
UPDATE
David George GOYIT was in custody for Breach of Conditions offences. GOYIT was arrested on May 25, 2017 on an outstanding warrant for charges of Breach of Recognizance and Breach of Probation. These offences stem from original offences involving property related crimes for thefts and frauds.
Although the original offences had no acts of violence present, the Brantford Police Service still advise the public that if GOYIT is seen, do not approach and call 911 immediately. 
 
Original Media Release
 
On June 5, 2017, at approximately 9:40 a.m., there was an altercation between an inmate and Brantford Police Special Constables who were supervising as inmates were being loaded into a custody transport vehicle from the Brantford Jail. During the altercation with another inmate the accused, David George GOYIT, 33 years of age of Brantford escaped custody. At the time, David GOYIT?s legs were shackled. He is a white male, 5?7?, 162 pounds with a brown Mohawk style haircut. He was last seen wearing a blue hooded sweater, with the inside of the hood being green, grey pants and dark shoes with white soles. GOYIT is wanted for escape lawful custody.
If seen, do not approach and call 911 immediately.
 
Below is video surveillance obtained by the Brantford Police Service which captures the accused fleeing on foot.
  
Police are continuing to investigate this occurrence.  If anyone has information that could assist this investigation we encourage you to contact Detective Jason Davies @ 519-756-0113 Ext. 2273 or Crime Stoppers at 519-750-TIPS.
 
 
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