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UPDATE: Police Say Family of Driver of Pickup Truck That Killed Henry Stauffer Were Attempting to Send Him to Colorado

UPDATE 11/4/2021: According to court documents, Ryan Nicholas Cherrico, 31, of Loveville was the operator of the red Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck that fled the scene on foot prior to police arrival. Witnesses advised there was a single occupant of the truck, and the crash was captured on nearby video surveillance. Evidence showed the pickup truck crossed the center line and struck the horse-drawn buggy almost head-on, and the pickup truck was the at-fault vehicle. Police made contact with Cherrico at the Third Base store 23 minutes after the collision and documented their encounter with him, but did not have enough evidence to detain him further at that time. Police noted a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and he was noted as having slow, slurred, and deliberate speech leading police to believe he was impaired by alcohol. Cherrico has a history of DUI/DWI., and had a suspended Maryland drivers license at the time of the crash. Further, video surveillance from multiple stores and businesses in the area showed that Cherrico walked to the Third Base store, which was noted as approximately a half mile away from the crash scene. Cherrico also had injuries consistent with […]

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