CPD May stats recap
CENTREVILLE — During May, the Centreville Police Department made a total of six criminal arrests, Chief of Police Charlie Rhodes said during the Thursday, June 2, Centreville council meeting.
Of the six total arrests, two were for adults and four were for juveniles. One warrant service arrest was made for failure to appear in court and one on-view arrest was made for controlled and dangerous substance.
The four juvenile arrests included theft less than $100, malicious destruction of property and two possession of a controlled and dangerous substance. Rhodes said two adult civil citations were issued for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams, which is now a civil violation instead of a criminal violation.
Throughout the month, officers gave 25 arrestable traffic citations, including one for driving under the influence, six for driving on a suspended or revoked license, one for driving without a license and 17 for other arrestable offenses. Other traffic enforcement activity included 60 non-arrestable traffic citations, 299 motor vehicle warnings, 33 safety equipment repair orders and 18 parking citations.
The Redspeed Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras located on Railroad and Chesterfield Avenues issued a combined 93 traffic citations.
Officers responded to a total of 580 incidents, which included nine motor vehicle collisions and three emergency petitions served.
Officers in the department attended the following special assignments: Chief Rhodes and Lt. Kenny Rhodes attended the National Day of Prayer Ceremony on the Courthouse square; Cpl. Kim Conley continued the department’s community policing initiative in the schools and read to students at Centreville Elementary School; personnel hosted and assisted with the PoliceUnity Bicycle Tour at Nickerson Park for National Police Week; the department provided security at the Queen Anne’s County Planning and Zoning office due to the Four Seasons Development Hearing; Ofc. Dennis Lannon assisted with traffic and crowd control at the Corsica Riverfest; and personnel were assigned to assist with traffic control with the Queen Anne’s County High School prom.