This year, there have been 173 reported cases of breaking and entering in homes, garages, and sheds from the beginning of the year to the beginning of September. This does not include business break-ins. Last year Brandon had 141 cases in the same time period. Police say an increased amount of methamphetamine in the city may be playing a part in the increase. Police have increased patrols in the neighborhoods that are affected.
Brandon Seeing An Increase of Break and Enters This Year
A 39 year old woman from Flin Flon is dead after she sped through a stop sign and crashed.
Manitoba Highways closed the westbound lanes of Highway 1 this morning nine kilometres west of Headingley.
$185, 022 worth of funding has come to the Parkland from the Province.