Rhodes gives police report for August
CENTREVILLE — During the month of September, the Centreville Police Department made two criminal arrests, Police Chief Charlie Rhodes said during the Thursday, Oct. 6, Town of Centreville council meeting while giving his monthly recap of law enforcement activity in the town.
Both of the arrests came from criminal summons services. One arrest was for a bad check and the second was for theft.
Throughout the month officers gave 15 arrestable traffic citations, including 12 for driving on a suspended or revoked license and three for driving without a license. Other traffic enforcement activity included 32 non-arrestable traffic citations, 223 motor vehicle warnings, 12 safety equipment repair orders and 10 parking citations.
The Redspeed Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras located on Railroad and Chesterfield avenues issued a combined 107 traffic citations, up 25 from the previous month. Rhodes said one possibility for the increase in speed enforcement camera ticketing could be because school is back in session.
Officers responded to a total of 590 incidents, which included 10 motor vehicle collisions, and executed the service of three emergency petitions.