Episcopal Bishop Accused in Drunken-Driving Death ResignsThe Episcopal Diocese of Maryland says a bishop accused of fatally striking a bicyclist while driving drunk in Baltimore has resigned.
Diocese: Church Leader Concerned Bishop Cook Was DrunkThe Episcopal Diocese of Maryland says a church leader was concerned a bishop-elect accused of hitting a bicyclist while drunk had been intoxicated at a dinner before her consecration last year.
Md. Bishop Accused of Hitting, Killing Cyclist is Asked to ResignThe Episcopal bishop who struck and killed bicyclist Tom Palermo while driving under the influence in December is now being asked to resign from her post, the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland announced Wednesday.
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.
Bishop Called Episcopal Official After Hitting BicyclistThe chief assistant to the Episcopal Diocesan Bishop says Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook called him after hitting a bicyclist with her car.
Church Investigates Bishop Who Fatally Struck CyclistAn official with the Diocese of Maryland says the Episcopal Church has begun disciplinary proceedings against a Baltimore-based bishop who fatally struck a cyclist with her car.