Former Bishop Heather Cook Got Married In 2017 While In Prison, Begins Probation After ReleaseFormer 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.
Victim's Family Speaks Out After Ex-Bishop Seeks Early Release: 'Please Stand By Original Sentencing'The former bishop, Heather Cook, is asking a judge to alter her sentence, less than four years after killing the man while he was riding his bike on Roland Ave.
Ex-Bishop Who Killed Cyclist Could Be Released Next MonthThe former Episcopal Bishop serving a seven-year sentence in a deadly drunk driving hit-and-run could be released as early as next month.
Group Opposes Parole For Ex-Bishop Who Killed CyclistCycling advocates are calling on Maryland officials to deny parole for a former Episcopal bishop serving a seven-year prison term for killing a bicyclist while driving drunk.
Bicycle Advocates To Gather In AnnapolisMaryland cyclists are gathering for an annual meeting on safety and transit.
Bishop Cook Indicted on 13 Charges Following Fatal Hit-And-RunNew developments in the case against Maryland Bishop Heather Cook. Wednesday, a Baltimore grand jury indicted Cook following the hit and run accident that killed cyclist Tom Palermo. Police say her blood alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit and she was texting and driving.
Bishop Cook's 2010 DUI Arrest Was A 'Wake Up Call'We’re learning more about Episcopal Bishop Heather Cook and her struggles with alcohol. For the first time we're hearing audio in the courtroom from Cook's DUI in 2010.
Md. Episcopal Bishop Speaks Out About Fatal Hit-and-RunThe Episcopal Diocese of Maryland's top bishop says the church is filled with anger, bitterness and pain after a fatal hit-and-run crash involving the diocese's No. 2 leader.
Bail Set For $2.5M For Bishop Charged In Cyclist's DeathBail remains the same---$2.5 million---for the Episcopal church bishop charged in the December drinking and driving death of a Baltimore bicyclist.
Bishop Was 'In Shock' After Fatally Striking Cyclist With CarMore than a week after the death of a cyclist in Baltimore, no charges have been filed against the driver. The Episcopal church has identified her as a high-ranking bishop, who initially left the scene.
Role Of Church Questioned After Bishop Allegedly Left Fatal Crash SceneThe role of a high-ranking local religious leader in the death of a cyclist has stirred strong emotions and criticism of her church.