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Limo company operator must submit DNA for Schoharie investigation

June 18, 2019 05:28 PM

The judge in the Schoharie limo case has ordered the operator of the limousine company, Nauman Hussain, to submit a sample of his DNA as evidence.

The district attorney wants the saliva and cheek sample to see if Hussain removed a sticker from the faulty limousine. That sticker showed that the vehicle was not supposed to be on the road.

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Hussain now has less than 10 days to turn over the sample.

He's facing a list of charges in connection with the crash that killed 20 people.

You can read the full order here. One note: In the second sentence of the second full paragraph on page 11 of the decision, the phrase "did to cause" should read "did not cause."

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