Rhodes re­ports April Centreville Po­lice Dept. statis­tics

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CENTREVILLE — Dur­ing April, the Centreville Po­lice De­part­ment made 11 crim­i­nal ar­rests, Po­lice Chief Char­lie Rhodes told the Centreville Town Coun­cil Thurs­day, May 19, dur­ing his monthly re­cap of law en­force­ment ac­tiv­ity.

Of those, 10 were adults and one was a ju­ve­nile. Eight war­rant ser­vice ar­rests were made, in­clud­ing one for stalk­ing, two for fail­ing to ap­pear in court, two for theft, one for rogue and vagabond, one for con­trolled and dan­ger­ous sub­stances and one for vi­o­la­tion of pro­ba­tion. One crim­i­nal sum­mons was served for theft and one on-view ar­rest was made for theft and dis­or­derly con­duct.

The ju­ve­nile ar­rest was for pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled and dan­ger­ous sub­stance and para­pher­na­lia.

Through­out the month, of­fi­cers gave eight ar­restable traf­fic ci­ta­tions, in­clud­ing one for driv­ing on a sus­pended or re­voked li­cense, two for driv­ing with­out a li­cense as well as five other ar­restable of­fenses. Other traf­fic en­force­ment ac­tiv­ity in­cluded 34 non-ar­restable traf­fic ci­ta­tions, 259 mo­tor ve­hi­cle warn­ings, 39 safety equip­ment re­pair or­ders and 36 park­ing ci­ta­tions.

The Red­speed Au­to­mated Speed En­force­ment Cam­eras lo­cated on Rail­road and Ch­ester­field Av­enues is­sued a com­bined 123 traf­fic ci­ta­tions.

Of­fi­cers re­sponded to 555 in­ci­dents, which in­cluded 11 mo­tor ve­hi­cle col­li­sions and two emer­gency pe­ti­tions.

Per­son­nel from the de­part­ment pro­vided security at the school board meet­ing April 4, con­ducted pa­trol checks at the Kramer Cen­ter dur­ing early vot­ing and pro­vided security at the Board of Elec­tions dur­ing the Pri­mar y Elec­tion night.

Rhodes at­tended the county’s Drug Task Force meet­ing at the Mary­land State Po­lice Bar­racks in Centreville as well as at­tended the school bus con­trac­tors meet­ing at the board of ed­u­ca­tion. Lt. Kenny Rhodes was the eval­u­a­tor in the Ridgely Po­lice De­part­ment pro­mo­tional process.

Through­out the month, of­fi­cers com­pleted mul­ti­ple train­ings: Lt. Con­rad Meil and Lt. Ken­neth Rhodes, Mary­land Mu­nic­i­pal League Po­lice Ex­ec­u­tive As­so­ci­a­tion train­ing in Ocean City; Chief Rhodes and Lt. Rhodes, Cpl. Jonathan Gun­ther, Ofc. Den­nis Lan­non and Of­fi­cers Sean Gil­li­gan and Futrel Jackson at­tended the bian­nual firearms train­ing at the De­part­ment of Nat­u­ral Re­sources Hills­boro Range; Meil and Lt. Rhodes at­tended the Ac­tive As­sailant Table­top Train­ing Ex­er­cise at the Good­will VFD; and Meil, Sgt. Andy Lar­ri­more, Cpl. Kim Con­ley and Of­fi­cer Ian Hard­ing at­tended the bian­nual firearms train­ing.

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