Rhodes gives April law enforcement recap
CENTREVILLE — In April, the Centreville Police Department made a nine criminal arrests, Police Chief Charlie Rhodes reported at the May 4 Centreville Town Council meeting in his monthly recap of law enforcement activity in town.
Of the nine arrests, two warrant service arrests were made for failing to appear in court and three on-view arrests for first degree assault, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and one for disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice.
Four juvenile arrests were also made for theft, third- and fourth-degree sex offense and second-degree assault, one for runaway and one for second-degree assault.
Officers issued 25 arrestable traffic citations, including eight for driving on a suspended or revoked license, two for driving under the influence, one for leaving the scene of an accident, two for driving without a license and 12 for other arrestable offenses. Other traffic enforcement activity included 27 non-arrestable traffic citations, 212 motor vehicle warnings, nine safety equipment repair orders and 31 parking citations.
The Redspeed Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras located on Railroad and Chesterfield avenues issued a combined 87 traffic citations.
Officers responded to 512 incidents, which included five motor vehicle collisions and the execution of one emergency petition.
Centreville Police Department reports are given by the chief to the council at the first meeting of each month to review the previous month’s activity.
To view the recap, visit the town’s website at www.townofcentreville.org and search “Police.”