Centreville Police made six arrests in March
CENTREVILLE — During March, the Centreville Police Department made six criminal arrests, Police Chief Charlie Rhodes told the Centreville Town Council Thursday, April 28, during his monthly recap of law enforcement activity in town.
All those arrested were adults. One warrant service arrest was made for theft and two arrests were made for failing to appear in court. Of the three onview arrests, two were for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and paraphernalia and one for theft.
Throughout the month, officers gave three arrestable traffic citations, including one for driving on a suspended or revoked license and two for driving without a license. Other traffic enforcement activity included 49 non-arrestable traffic citations, 290 motor vehicle warnings, 37 safety equipment repair orders and 39 parking citations.
The Redspeed Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras located on Railroad and Chesterfield Avenues issued a combined 114 traffic citations.
Officers responded to 609 incidents, including six vehicle crashes and three emergency petitions.