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April 18, 2013

Police arrest city man found bleeding on Bellevue Street

Faces charges contained in four warrants

CUMBERLAND — A man who was found bleeding profusely at a Bellevue Street residence early Wednesday evening was treated and released and then jailed on numerous charges contained in four warrants, Cumberland Police said.

Shortly before 8 p.m., Cumberland Police responded to the Bellevue Street area for a reported assault that was initially believed to involve a possible stabbing.

Police found a subject lying down and covered in blood. He was taken to the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center by a Cumberland Fire Department ambulance and was released.

Police said the man provided a false name and date of birth before officers determined his identity as Anthony Lucky, 21, of Cumberland.

Lucky was allegedly fighting with another person when a third person intervened and moved Lucky to another residence. Lucky then tried to leave by kicking the door.

Failing to open the door, Lucky reportedly punched through the glass with his hand and arm. Cut by broken glass, Lucky was bleeding heavily from lacerations when first-responders arrived.

Lucky was taken to the hospital after allegedly providing officers with a false identification. He was positively identified and determined to be wanted on two local warrants for violation of probation and a parole retake warrant through the Maryland Division of Correction.

Upon being discharged from the hospital, Lucky was served four warrants, including one charging him with various offenses stemming from the Wednesday incident. The latest charges included fourth-degree burglary, destruction of property, disorderly conduct, two counts of obstructing justice, obstructing and hindering police and providing a false statement to a police officers.

Lucky remained jailed Thursday morning in the Allegany County Detention Center on $40,000 bond following bail review in district court.

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