Rhodes reports April Centreville Police Dept. statistics
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.