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Bond set for man in hit-and-run case

November 17, 2004|by BRIAN SHAPPELL

Washington County District Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr. on Monday set bond at $50,000 for a Brunswick, Md., man charged in a hit-and-run and assault in the southern portion of the county.

John J. Gue, 24, of 707 E. Potomac St., in Brunswick, is charged with two counts of first- and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment and one count each of resisting arrest, failure to stop after accident involving damage, driving vehicle while under the influence, driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol, driving on a suspended license, attempt to elude uniformed police, turning off vehicle lights to avoid identification, unlawful possession of expired registration plates and driving uninsured vehicle, records state.

Maryland State Police allege Gue attempted to strike Joshua P. Amick with a vehicle, and led police on a chase through Loudoun County, Va., Frederick County, Md. and the Sandy Hook area on Oct. 14. Police said Gue was bitten by a police K-9 dog while resisting arrest.

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Gue was treated at Washington County Hospital for the wound, police said.

Gue was being held at the Washington County Detention Center Tuesday on $50,500 bond total on those and another set of charges, a detention center spokeswoman said.

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