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Easton Man Charged in Deadly Crash

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CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Maryland State Police have arrested an Easton man on manslaughter and related charges in connection with a deadly crash that happened over the weekend in Cambridge.

Troopers said that at around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, 31-year-old Milton Rene Mazariegoz Bravo of Easton attempted to make a left turn from Route 16 onto Woods Road and failed to yield to 46-year-old Ernest Greene of Cambridge, who was heading in the opposite direction on his motorcycle. 

Police said the two vehicles collided in the intersection. 

Authorities said two Hispanic men got out of the car that Bravo was driving and ran away. 

Greene was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities said that Bravo, had been drinking alcohol, was charged with manslaughter and DUI, along with minor traffic charges. 

Bravo is being held on $50,000 bond.
 

 

 

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