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City man facing assault charges

July 22nd, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Officers responded to the corner of Baltimore Ave. and Park St. for a report of a fight between a man and woman.  Upon their arrival they observed two male subjects fighting in the bushes.  They were separated, identified and interviewed.  A female subject was also in the area and interviewed.  She advised that her boyfriend Glenn Plummer came over to the house and wanted her to come outside.  Once outside Plummer began to assault her.  The other male that Plummer was fighting was contacted.  He stated that he was walking in the area when he observed Plummer assaulting the female victim.  He stated that he then intervened to stop the assault on the female.  He advised that it was a short time after that the police arrived.  Plummer was placed under arrest and transported to PH here he was charged and processed.

Glenn Paul Plummer Jr.                 Age: 50                  Maryland Ave., Cumberland, MD.

Charges: 2 Cts Assault 2nd Degree

Plummer was taken for a Bond Hearing and held in the ACDC without bond.

 

Public Safety Message and help requested from the public

Over the last month the Cumberland City Police Department has investigated 30 tampering with M/V complaints.  In half of these complaints items were stolen from the vehicle or the actual vehicle was stolen.  Items that are being stolen are cash, change and small valuable items.  These crimes are being committed primarily at this time in the west side of town in the Fayette St. and Cumberland St. corridor.  In the south side of town they are being committed in the Virginia Ave. corridor.  Evidence has been collected in some of the cases which has lead to possible suspects being identified.  We are asking the public for assistance in catching these suspects.  Immediately call 301-777-1600 if you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood.  The common denominator in all of these crimes is that the owners of the vehicle have left their vehicles unlocked.  The Cumberland Police Department would like to remind everyone to keep all valuables out of their vehicles and to lock their vehicles at all times.

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