Police have laid charges on a 31-year-old man involved in a domestic-conflict-related break and enter on Tuesday night.
Since he was involved in a domestic-related assault, the Regina Police Service says the suspect’s name will not be released at this time due to the risk of “unintended consequence of identifying the victim.” He was charged with break and enter, assault, resisting arrest and breach of conditions.
Officers were sent at about 11:05 p.m. on Tuesday night to a home in Gladmer Park for a report of an assault in progress. The victim, a 27-year-old woman, was able to notify a family member that her former partner was in the residence was had allegedly assaulted her.
In a statement from RPS on Wednesday, officers had to use physical force to control the suspect when they located both him and the victim.
“The male was on conditions prohibiting him from contacting the victim. She had agreed to let him pick up his belongings from the deck, when it’s alleged he forced his way inside, took some money from the victim and raised his fists,” reads the release from RPS. “No one was physically injured in this incident.”
He made his first court appearance on Wednesday morning.