What the public doesn’t hear, week 2

Latest instalment of the ongoing effort to document the number and type arrests of quote-unquote ‘normal’ suspects made by police on a daily basis.

Note: Breaches of court-orders or release conditions are now being tallied.

I realized it’s important for people to get a sense of the re-involvement rate and respect many alleged offenders have for court-orders.

Monday

Media briefing held, on the agenda: Gun-trafficking bust, arrests in a stabbing/assault in T-Cona/ Vandalism in River Heights/ Sketches of suspects in sex assault on a 14-year-old girl released.

Now, on the adult criminal intake docket [people arrested and locked up] from the weekend – does not include domestic violence-related arrests, youths arrested or people arrested and released on a promise to appear. Neither does it include RCMP arrests resulting in people being locked up in Winnipeg, which show up on the docket.

  • Male, sex assault
  • Male, robbery
  • Female, House break, enter and theft, fail to comply with court orders
  • Male, aggravated assault [T-cona stabbing]
  • Male, bail breaches [pending on 5x arson and theft charges]
  • Male, 2x fail recognizance
  • Male, theft under, breach of court order
  • Male, 5x fail to comply with conditional sentence
  • Male, criminal harassment, violate restraining order
  • Male, breaches
  • Female, 4x fail probation orders
  • Male, assault, possess weapon for danger purpose, fail probation
  • Female, Robbery with weapon, housebreak/enter to commit robbery, drug possession, 5x breach of release from police custody
  • Male, assault cause bodily harm, breach [T-cona stabbing]
  • Male, fail attend court, 2x bail breach
  • Male, fail court order
  • Female, Fail probation, prostitution with robbery-related, assault, mischief and 10x breaches
  • Male, fail youth sentence, unauth. possession of weapon, obstruction, drug possession, court order breach
  • Female, fail recognizance
  • Male, fail conditional sentence x3
  • Male, 2x HTA charges [must be a car thief]
  • Male, assault peace officer x2
  • Male, discharge firearm with intent [4-year mandatory minimum on conviction…], 6x weapons offences, mischief property over $5,000 — This is Winnipeg’s pal, Jesse Garrett Thompsett, who was arrested for the North End cemetery vandalism last week. Turns out he was wanted on these charges at the time
  • Female, theft under $5,000, fail comply with release from police custody
  • Female, 2x breach [including attend court requirement]

Note: With exceptions noted, these arrests occurred between Friday morning and early Monday. Unlike last week, I have begun tallying breaches when they are attached to a person’s new substantive offence. The public should know how often court-orders are snubbed.

Tuesday

Media briefing held: on the agenda – the arrest of the police involved shooting suspect from last week, an update to the sex assault on a 14-year-old girl, an appeal for information in a commercial robbery and an arrest after a high-speed chase.

Now, on the adult criminal intake docket [people arrested and locked up] from Tuesday (Monday lock-ups) – does not include domestic violence-related arrests, youths arrested or people arrested and released on a promise to appear, Neither does it include RCMP arrests resulting in people being locked up in Winnipeg, which show up on the docket.

  • Male, robbery with imitation firearm
  • Male, robbery with a weapon
  • Male, carry concealed weapon, possession for dangerous purpose, fail court orders x2
  • Male [already pending on 3x possession purpose trafficking] — 3x breaches and 2x HTA, including a requirement not to carry a cell phone [alleged dial a dealer]
  • Female, fail probation x4
  • Male, possession of weapon for dangerous purpose, assault, fail probation
  • Male, theft under, fail to attend court x3
  • Female, fail probation orders x5
  • Male, assault with weapon, fail restraining order x3
  • Male, fail attend court x3
  • Male, assault, fail probation
  • Male, house break enter with intent to commit an offence, possession of weapon for a dangerous purpose, fail probation
  • Male, mischief, fail probation order
  • Male, fail attend court, pending on possession and drug trafficking
  • Male 2x breaches
  • Male, impaired driving, refuse breath sample
  • Male, fail to register as a sex offender
  • Male, breach — pending on a high-profile manslaughter case at the former Empire Cabaret
  • Male, assault x2
  • Female, fail attend court, pending on a robbery with weapon and breach charges
  • Male, possession purpose of trafficking, possession, fail attend court [this one’s interesting…more later]

Note: With exceptions noted, these arrests occurred between Monday morning and early Tuesday. Unlike last week, I have begun tallying breaches when they are attached to a person’s new substantive offence. The public should know how often court-orders are snubbed.

Wednesday

Media briefing held, with the announcement of the new look for the WPS cruiser cars, a child porn arrest with no information in it, 2 missing persons announcements, some preliminary info on the assault outside Bar Italia on Corydon — and later in the day an announcement that 3 suspects charged in a December homicide are now facing first, not second-degree murder charges.

Later in the day, the PIO sent word that their office would be closed Thursday, July 29th to Sunday, August 1st, 2010 included. The duty office would pick up the slack, but you can only contact them between certain hours if you’re in the media. They can get ornery otherwise. Rightly so – they’re kind of quarterbacking police operations in the city in real-time.

Now, on the adult criminal intake docket [people arrested and locked up] from Wednesday (Tuesday lockups) – does not include domestic violence-related arrests, youths arrested or people arrested and released on a promise to appear, Neither does it include RCMP arrests resulting in people being locked up in Winnipeg, which show up on the docket.

  • Male, flight from police, dangerous operation, theft under $5,000 & possession of property obtained by crime [Police announced this arrest on Tuesday]
  • Male, failing bail supervision and other breaches
  • Male, fail curfew and checks
  • Male, break/enter and theft [offence happened on Apr. 27, arrested Tuesday]
  • Male, aggravated assault
  • Male, break, enter with intent to commit a crime, possess weapon for dangerous purpose
  • Male, fail attend court [pending on charges dating back to 2005]
  • Male, fail probation conditions
  • Male, fail probation X2 – a ward of the Manitoba High-risk offenders unit (sex offender)
  • Male, robbery with a weapon, house break enter and theft, fail conditions of youth sentence, fail probation
  • Male, fail long-term offender’s supervision order [Aaron Ryan Livingston]
  • Male, fail attent court, assault peace officer x2 and obstruction
  • Male, fail curfew x2 [Manitoba Warriors member]
  • Male, fail curfew x2
  • Female, fail to attend court
  • Male, assault, utter threats, breach condition of prior release
  • Male, voyeurism, possess child porn, make child porn, breach condition of prior release [See story here] Police did not release this and refused comment when asked, wanting to safeguard the ID of the alleged victim

Note: With exceptions noted, these arrests occurred between Tuesday morning and early Wednesday. Unlike last week, I have begun tallying breaches when they are attached to a person’s new substantive offence. The public should know how often court-orders are snubbed.

Thursday

Media briefing cancelled. See Wednesday note, however, advisory sent out regarding an arrest of a Bar Italia employee in connection to the assault on Wednesday. Victim died in hospital.

Now, on the adult criminal intake docket [people arrested and locked up] from Thursday (*Wednesday lockups) – does not include domestic violence-related arrests, youths arrested or people arrested and released on a promise to appear, Neither does it include RCMP arrests resulting in people being locked up in Winnipeg, which show up on the docket.

[It was apparently a slow day for the kinds of arrests documented here]

  • Male, uttering threats
  • Male, 7x fail conditional sentence [a theme this week]
  • Male, uttering threats, 4x fail conditions of release
  • Male, 2x fail conditions of release
  • Female, drug possession
  • Male, 2x fail probation conditions, assault, 2x fail conditions of release
  • Male, fail attend court, theft of motor vehicle over $5,000, fail conditions of release

Note: These offences occurred between Friday morning and early Monday. Unlike last week, I have begun tallying breaches when they are attached to a person’s new substantive offence. The public should know how often court-orders are snubbed.

Friday

Media briefing cancelled. See Wednesday note. However, Duty office picking up slack. Key release  was the manhunt on for a prisoner released from Headingley jail by accident. Manitoba Justice later confirms he was one of two accidentally let go. Human error blamed, CBC sayeth.

Now, on the adult criminal intake docket [people arrested and locked up] from Friday (Thursday lockups)- does not include domestic violence-related arrests, youths arrested or people arrested and released on a promise to appear, Neither does it include RCMP arrests resulting in people being locked up in Winnipeg, which show up on the docket.

Today’s theme should be called: What happens when police conduct traffic stops on a regular basis [would have made a great story for the PIO].

  • Male, drive disqualified – was wanted on warrants for theft under $5,000, possession of property obtained by crime, fail release conditions x3 [including to not be in a car under court order]. The warrants were issued by the Dakota Ojibway Police Service. Guys stopped and arrested by WPS
  • Male, 2x highway traffic offences – wanted on warrants for failing to show up to an ID appointment with police, theft and possession of property obtained by crime
  • Male, 3x highway traffic offences -Stopped Thursday and police had him at warrant status for breaching probation
  • Male, fail to attend court, pending on 2x assault peace officer
  • Male, fail report bail supervision program
  • Male, assault POx2, fail to attend court, obstructing PO
  • Male, fail report for ID appointment with WPS, fail attend court, fail probation
  • Male, fail house arrest, fail attend court condition
  • Male, 2x fail release conditions — pending on a sex assault from God’s Lake Narrows
  • Male [Geoff Oliver Reid, fingered as suspect in recent police-involved shooting] was rearrested in custody on Thursday on pending charges of mischief, failing conditions of a release and consuming liquor in a public place
  • Male, 2x fail probation, pending on assault and 2x breach of court conditions

Note: These offences occurred between Friday morning and early Monday. Unlike last week, I have begun tallying breaches when they are attached to a person’s new substantive offence. The public should know how often court-orders are snubbed.

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