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CPD Makes Disorderly Conduct Arrest

April 24th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

At approximately 1735 hours officers from the Cumberland Police Department were dispatched to a Queen City Pavement business for a disturbance.  Officers arrived they contacted the complaint and discovered that William Joseph Dibuono was creating a disturbance which was disrupting other patrons.  Officers spoke Dibuono but he continued to yell and cause problems.  Officers made several attempts but Dibuono failed to comply and was taken into custody, and later transported to Police Headquarters for processing.  Dibuono was later released from custody pending trial in District Court. 


William Joseph Dibuono, age 50 of Cumberland, MD

Charge: Disorderly Conduct

One Response to “CPD Makes Disorderly Conduct Arrest”

  1. April 24, 2018 at 11:31 pm, Bob said:

    “a Queen City Pavement business” !!
    That narrows it down to the Union Rescue Mission. Fancy its users being called “patrons”! I thought patrons gave rather than just taking. The joint is a major contributor to the area’s decline. Folks travel hundreds of miles to settle there, claim benefits and send their get to the local schools. Even the founding Taylor clan called it quits and took their decades of nice retirement loot off to their estate in WV. They were not foolish enough to pay the absurd local taxes in the town where they made a family business out of attracting burdens to those daft enough to pay the taxes. Yes, the heartbeat of our community.


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September 23rd, 2016 by WCBC Radio

On Thursday, September 22nd, 2016 The Cumberland City Police Department arrested Charles William Michael III at the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center on Willowbrook Road.  Michael was observed by a police officer causing a disturbance inside of the hospital which was disrupting the patients and hospital staff.  He was arrested and charged when he continued the disruptive behavior after being warned by the officer. 

Michael was also arrested on September 21st, 2016 for a similar incident at the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center.  He was released by the District Court Commissioner on his own personal recognizance for the September 21st incident and held at the Allegany County Detention Center on a $2,000 bond on the September 22nd disturbance. 

Arrested:  Charles William Michael III, age: 24, Cumberland, MD.

Charges:  Disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and failure to obey

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