He's incarcerated in Frederick County.
Maryland State Police have charged a Middletown man whose vehicle rammed a State Police cruiser last Friday, September 6th, injuring a trooper. Dock E. Workman, 30, was arrested Wednesday not far from his home in the 200 block of West Main Street, and charged with 1st- and 2nd-degree assault, and other offenses.
Workman is being held at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center on $350,000 bond, according to State Police.
Authorities say Sergeant Scott Rice was working extra duty at Routes 340 and 17 Friday morning at 11:00 when he got word of a vehicle chase. He activated the emergency equipment of his marked patrol cruiser.
Troopers say Workman was traveling at a high rate of speed when he rammed his vehicle into Sergeant Rice's cruiser, which went up an embankment. Rice was medivaced to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma.
Workman's vehicle entered Virginia and West Virginia, where troopers lost sight of it.
The vehicle, a Jeep, was recovered by the Jefferson County, West Virginia Sheriff's Department.
Working with Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies, the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Bureau and the Crash Team identified Workman as the suspect. He was arrested on Wednesday without incident.