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CPD Responds To Domestic Disturbance & Multiple Weather Related Traffic Accidents

December 12th, 2016 by WCBC Radio

On 12-11-16 at approximately 2:29 PM officers responded to a residence on Broadway Circle for a report of a domestic disturbance.  Upon their arrival they made contact with the subject causing the disturbance outside of the house.  He was identified as Benjamin Story and he attempted to leave the area.  He was advised by the officer that they were there to investigate the incident.  He began to create another disturbance in front of the house causing people to gather.  He was advised that he was under arrest at which time he pulled away from the officer.  Story continued to try to get away from the officer until he was able to place him into hand restraints.  Story continued to yell, refused to listen and had to be placed into the vehicle.  He was then transported to PH where he was processed and charged. 


Benjamin Allen Storey                       Age: 42                  Cumberland, MD.

Charges: Obstructing & Hindering, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Disturbing the Peace, Fail to obey

Storey was taken for a Bond Hearing and released on his personal recognizance.



On December 11, 2016 the Cumberland City Police Department responded to and investigated 7 M/V Crashes.  All of these M/V Crashes were a direct result of the roads icy and snowy conditions.  One of these crashes involved a police car that was set up to provide a safe barrier to a vehicle that had already crashed into a telephone pole.  The vehicle that struck the police car was unable to stop on the icy road and struck the police car on the bumper.  There was very minor damage to both vehicles.  There were no injuries reported in any of the M/V Crashes.

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