Truck driver out on bail following charges in crash that killed Waldwick Police Officer Christopher Goodell

The truck driver charged in the crash that killed Waldwick Police Officer Christopher Goodell is out on bail.

Prosecutor: Waldwick police officer Christopher Goodell killed in

Prosecutor: Waldwick police officer Christopher Goodell killed in crash on Route 17 (Credit: Bergen County Prosecutor)

WALDWICK - The truck driver charged in the crash that killed Waldwick Police Officer Christopher Goodell is out on bail.

Ryon Cumberbatch is charged with second-degree vehicular homicide after he allegedly drove his tractor-trailer into Officer Goodell's patrol car while the officer was parked along Route 17.

Meanwhile, a memorial outside of the Waldwick Police Station is growing in support of the fallen officer.

An executive order has been put in place where all state buildings will fly flags at half-staff on Tuesday.

Services for Officer Goodell will be held Monday at St. Luke's Church in Ho-Ho-Kus.

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