The victim, Tom Palermo, 41, who died from head injuries, “was a loving husband, a dedicated father” his as sister-in-law Alisa Rock said, adding that the family is devastated. Baltimore Police are investigating the case. An outrageous fact was revealed: the same Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook, was previously charged, four years ago, with drunken driving and marijuana possession, court documents show. At that time, she had .27 percent blood alcohol content versus the legal limit in Maryland which is .08 percent and a judge sentenced her to a fine and probation before judgment on the DUI charge, meaning her record could be cleared if she stayed out of trouble. For the actual accident, according Cook’s attorney, David Irwin, his client was questioned by police but not arrested.