Maryland: Calvert Dep. J. Brown bags Willlam Morris King Jr. with DWI when his motorcycle struck old lady; cops say he left his toddler home alone

William Morris King Jr. had crack cocaine in his pocket when he struck pedestrian

PRINCE FREDERICK (Sept. 24, 2012) — According to Calvert County, Md. Sheriff Mike Evans, on September 22 at 4:47 p.m. Dep. J. Brown and DFC P. Aurich responded to the area of Crown Drive and King Drive in Dunkirk for the report of a motorcycle collision with a pedestrian.  Upon arrival they made contact with the driver, identified as William Morris King, Jr., 36 of Dunkirk. 
The victim, a 65-year-old woman, also of Dunkirk, was transported to CMH with minor injuries. 
King was also transported to CMH suffering from a broken clavicle.  King was arrested and charged with possession of crack cocaine after he was found to have it in his possession.  It was also discovered that King had left his 2-year-old daughter home alone in a playpen. 
King was charged with allowing a child to be locked in a dwelling out of his sight and neglect of a minor.  He was also charged with DWI by drugs and or drugs and alcohol, DWI by a controlled dangerous substance, driving while suspended and driving while revoked.