Chief Rhodes reviews July police activity
CENTREVILLE — During the month of July, the Centreville Police Department made a total of seven criminal arrests, Chief of Police Charlie Rhodes said during the Thursday, Feb. 4, Town of Centreville council meeting while giving his monthly recap of law enforcement activity in the town.
Of the seven total arrests, five were for adults and two were for juveniles. Three on-view arrests were made for disturbing the peace and assault on a police officer, one for theft of less than $100 and one domestic assault arrest. One warrant was serviced for failure to appear in court and one criminal summons was serviced for driving while suspended.
The two juvenile arrests were for runaway and for possession of a controlled and dangerous substance and malicious destruction of property.
Throughout the month, officers gave 19 arrestable traffic citations, including 14 for driving on a suspended or revoked license, one for driving without a license and four for other arrestable offenses. Other traffic enforcement activity included 58 non-arrestable traffic citations, 277 motor vehicle warnings, 24 safety equipment repair orders and 10 parking citations.
The Redspeed Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras located on Kidwell and Chesterfield avenues issued a combined 56 traffic citations, a decrease from the previous month.
Officers responded to a total of 687 incidents, which included five motor vehicle collisions and five emergency petitions served.
Centreville Police reports are given by the chief to the council the first meeting of each month to review the previous month’s activity.
Centreville Police Chief Charlie Rhodes gave the Centreville Town Council an update the the town’s law enforcement activity for the month of July during its Thursday, Aug. 4, meeting in Centreville.