Centreville Police responded to 623 calls in June
CENTREVILLE — During June, the Centreville Police Department made a total of eight criminal arrests, said Police Chief Charlie Rhodes Thursday, July 7, at the town council meeting during his monthly recap of law enforcement activity in town.
Of the arrests, two were of adults and six were of juveniles. One warrant service arrest was made for second-degree assault and one on-view arrest was made for possession of a controlled and dangerous substance.
The six juvenile arrests included two for trespassing, three for possession of a controlled and dangerous substance and one for firstdegree burglary.
Officers gave 15 arrestable citations, including two for driving under the influence, four for driving on a suspended or revoked license, two for driving without a license and seven for other arrestable offenses. Other traffic enforcement activity included 55 non-arrestable traffic citations, 270 motor vehicle warnings, 20 safety equipment repair orders and 33 parking citations.
The Redspeed Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras located on Kidwell and Chesterfield avenues issued a combined 105 traffic citations, an increase in 12 citations from May.
Officers responded to 623 incidents, which included 10 motor vehicle collisions, and served four emergency petitions.
CENTREVILLE POLICE CHIEF CHARLIE RHODES