Brantford man wanted on an outstanding warrant for a disturbing assault is arrested
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The Future is Binary – On June 25, 2014 shortly before 1:00 p.m. the BPS Street Crimes Unit observed a wanted man in a vehicle on Chatham Street. The Brantford Police Service have been searching for the 33 year old Brantford man wanted on an outstanding warrant for Assault with a Weapon & Assault Causing Bodily Harm stemming from an unprovoked attack (see previous media release below). Two other co-accused were arrested shortly after the assault, however the accused remained at large. Today the accused was observed in a vehicle with another female occupant. The Street Crimes Unit, Beat Officers, Community Patrol Officers and K9 unit coordinated a plan to conduct a safe traffic stop with this vehicle. The vehicle failed to stop for police, lost control and struck a hydro pole on Chatham Street. The accused fled from the vehicle on foot. All Officers involved set up containment in strategic areas around the neighbourhood and the K9 team of Cst Nagy and Ranger as well as a Beat Officer who is also a member of our Emergency Response Team conducted an open area search within the contained area. BPS K9 Ranger led officers to a fenced in backyard on Park Road North. The accused was found attempting to evade police by hiding in a backyard. He was arrested without incident on the outstanding warrant.