• Fayette Co. dad accused of offering teenage girls cocaine captured in Maryland


    FAYETTE COUNTY, Pa. - Channel 11 News was there Wednesday afternoon as a father accused of offering drugs to teenage girls was hauled in by police to face the charges.

    Authorities had been looking for 52-year-old David Kutcy for about a month, and he was located Tuesday in Maryland.

    According to police, Kutcy offered cocaine to multiple teenage girls who were at a sleepover inside his Belle Vernon home in late July.

    Kutcy, a father of two, allegedly confessed to the crime then left town.

    “We received information that he might be in the area of Maryland,” said Southwest Regional Police Chief John Hartman.

    Hartman told Channel 11’s Cara Sapida that U.S. marshals arrested Kutcy in Hagerstown, Maryland, Tuesday after he admitted to being on the run. He was staying with family in a cabin, Hartman said.

    “He admitted the girls were at the house and he asked them if they wanted cocaine. He provided money on two occasions and asked them to purchase marijuana,” Hartman said.

    Kutcy is facing endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and drug charges. He remains in the Fayette County Jail.


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