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Message from the Community Police Directorate

Community partnership is a principle the community police follow, to achieve and support their goals through direct communication between security bodies and the community.   The c...

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11 Oct 2018

Limo company owner's son pleads not guilty to charge in connection with deadly New York crash

The limousine was a stretch Ford Excursion.
CNN:

Authorities charged a limousine company owner's son with criminally negligent homicide Wednesday in connection with the weekend crash in upstate New York that killed 20 people, according to a New York State Police statement.

Nauman Hussain, whose father, Shahed, owns Prestige Limousine Chauffeur Service, was arrested during a traffic stop on Interstate 787, New York State Police said. Nauman Hussain is an "operator" for Prestige, police said.
The 28-year-old received "written violations" from State Police and the state Department of Transportation informing him that the driver "should not have been operating the type of vehicle involved in Sunday's crash," State Police Superintendent George Beach told reporters. The state DOT had also ordered the stretch Ford Excursion involved in the wreck be taken out of service in September, Beach said.
"The sole responsibility for that motor vehicle being on the road Saturday rests with Nauman Hussain," the superintendent said, adding that more charges and arrests are possible.

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