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Police Log – 09/24/14

September 24th, 2014 by WCBC Radio

Arrest Warrant Served

On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 the Cumberland Police Department arrested Kathryn Ann Colon on an arrest warrant.  The arrest warrant stems from a domestic assault investigation which took place on September 20, 2014 at approximately 8:00 p.m. in the 400 block of Grand Avenue.  Investigation revealed that Colon had an argument with her boyfriend which escalated.  Colon got in her vehicle and her boyfriend got in his own vehicle and they began to crash the vehicles together in an attempt to injure each other.  Colon then exited her vehicle to confront her boyfriend and she was then struck by her boyfriend’s driver side door as he opened it to intentionally strike her as he drove past.  Colon was transported to Western Maryland Regional Medical Center for treatment of non life-threatening injuries.  Charges against Colon were applied for due to her actions in attempting to assault her boyfriend with her vehicle.

While officers were on the scene Colon’s boyfriend returned and was placed under arrest.

Colon was served with the warrant then taken to District Court for her initial appearance and was held on $3,000.00 at the Allegany County Detention Center.



Kathryn Ann Colon – age 35 – Cumberland, MD


-Second degree assault

-Driving on a suspended license

-Driving on a revoked license

-Driving w/o required license and authorization

-Throwing objects at a vehicle

-Willful motor vehicle damaging w/o owners consent



Breaking and Entering

On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 the Cumberland Police Department served a criminal summons on Sue Ellen Lilly.  The summons stems from a breaking and entering complaint which was reported on September 18, 2014.  On that date officers responded to a residence located in the 400 block of Independence Street in reference to a breaking and entering in progress.  Upon the officers arrival contact was made with Lilly who was outside of the residence.  The officer asked Lilly if she was inside the residence and she stated that she was.  Lilly stated that she has permission from the owner to enter the residence.  Lilly stated that she came to this residence to retrieve some pain medication.  Contact was made with the witness who actually called the police.  The witness advised that she is familiar with Lilly due to her stealing from the owner of the property and knows that she is not allowed to be in the residence.  Several prescription pills were located on Lilly.  The owner of the residence was not home and was later contacted and it was verified that Lilly did not have permission to enter the residence.  Charges were applied for at District Court which resulted in the criminal summons being issued.  Lilly will be required to appear in District Court at a later date.



Sue Ellen Lilly – age 45 – Cumberland, MD



Burglary First, Third and Fourth degree, CDS possession other than Marijuana.

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