BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Episcopal Bishop Heather Cook, who was sentenced to seven years in 2015 for killing a cyclist in Roland Park while texting and driving drunk, was released Tuesday and reported for her probation meeting Wednesday.
Cook reported as required and will be required to report monthly to the Corrections Kent County Office.READ MORE: Former Laurel Police Chief David Crawford Indicted In Connection With Series Of Arsons
She will also be required to undergo drug and alcohol evaluation as part of her supervision, according to the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.READ MORE: Maryland Directs All Vaccine Providers To Pause Johnson & Johnson Shot In Light Of Clot Reports
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She is already not allowed to drive because her license was revoked, Corrections said.MORE NEWS: 1 Of The 5 Rescued Husky Puppies Doing Well, Going To Live With Foster Family, BARCS Says
WJZ also learned that Cook was married while she was incarcerated in 2017 to Mark Hansen, according to MDPSC.