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Police Log

November 20th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

On Tuesday, November 19, 2013 the Cumberland Police Department arrested Brian Bruce Hutzler on a bench warrant.  The warrant stems from Hutzler failing to follow the conditions of his probation.  Hutzler was served with the warrant then taken to District Court for his initial appearance.  Hutzler was then held on $100.00 at the Allegany County Detention Center.

Arrested:

Brian Bruce Hutzler – age 43 – Cumberland, MD

Charges:

Bench warrant for violating the conditions of probation.

 

Motor Vehicle Crash___________Tuesday, November 19, 2013

On Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at approximately 4:30 p.m., the Cumberland Police Department responded to the area of 64 Greene Street in reference to a motor vehicle crash involving one vehicle and one pedestrian.  Upon the officers arrival contact was made with the pedestrian who was lying on the sidewalk.  This subject was a 13 year old female juvenile.  The juvenile did not have any obvious signs of injury and was able to speak with the investigation officer.  The officer spoke with the juvenile's mother who stated that she dropped her daughter off at this location so she could cross the street to enter a Dental Office for an appointment.  The mother stated that her daughter began to cross the street and was struck by a vehicle which was traveling west on Greene Street.  The vehicle that struck the juvenile was being operated by Kevin Cookerly.  Cookerly advised that he was traveling west on Greene Street and traveling the speed limit.  Cookerly stated that the juvenile ran out in front of him so fast that he did not even have time to apply his brakes.  The juvenile was struck with the front bumper on the driver side of the vehicle.

Two witnesses were contacted and they advised that they observed the juvenile run out into the path of the vehicle.

The juvenile was found to be at fault for the accident.  The juvenile was transported to Western Maryland Regional Medical Center by the Cumberland Fire Department for treatment.

No citations were issued.

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