WORCESTER CO., Md. - A man is behind bars after allegedly crashing into another vehicle in Worcester County, while reportedly driving under the influence. Maryland State Police's Berlin Barrack says on Friday, around 1:20 AM, an Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera, driven by a 28-year-old man, was driving on Route 90, just West of the St. Martins River Bridge, when he noticed a Volkswagon Passat approaching him very fast.
According to the report, the Cutlass pulled into the shoulder, to avoid getting hit from behind, but the Volkswagon hit the drivers side of the Oldsmobile, and then sideswiped a guardrail in the median, and then continued driving without stopping. The Oldsmobile called 911, and tailed the Volkswagon.
A Trooper was able to meet up with the pair, and reportedly watched as the Volkswagon lost control near Route 367, just South of Hotel Road, and ended up disabled in a roadside ditch.
The Volkswagon driver was identified as 28-year-old William Glenn, 5th. An investigation apparently showed that Glenn was driving under the influence, and wanted out of both Delaware and New Jersey. He was arrested, and is being held at the Worcester County Detention Center, while awaiting extradition proceedings.
Neither Glenn nor, the driver of the Oldsmobile were injured during the incidents.