- Associated Press - Thursday, March 6, 2014

GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) - A man accused in a traffic collision that killed a sheriff’s deputy has been barred from driving while he is free on bond.

A judge set the condition when 83-year-old Kenneth Martin Hosch of Golden appeared in court Thursday. He faces charges of vehicular homicide and criminally negligent homicide.

He hasn’t entered a plea. His attorney, Gregory Garland, didn’t immediately return a phone call.

Investigators say Hosch was driving an SUV that collided head-on with a Jefferson County sheriff’s motorcycle driven by Deputy Dave Baldwin on Jan. 26. Baldwin was on duty.

Prosecutors say Hosch had passed another vehicle but remained in the opposite lane for about 1,500 feet and the crashed into Baldwin’s motorcycle.

Hosch is free on $10,000 bond. His next court hearing is scheduled for April 11.

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