Fremont Mother Accused Of Providing Alcohol To Teens At House Party
FREMONT – Police told that a Fremont woman, who according to the police, provided alcohol to teenagers during a party at her house in 2013 that resulted in a DUI wreck in which a teenage passenger died, has been taken into custody.
Fremont police said that 42-year-old Tabassum Yousuf was taken into custody at her home on Tuesday and charged with one count of felony involuntary manslaughter and two counts of misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
3 Fremont teens were involved in a driving under the influence of alcohol accident on Durham Road where a 17-year-old male passenger died due to serious injuries he sustained in the accident. The incident happened on October 27, 2013. The 17-year-old male driver was taken into custody at the time and later convicted of vehicular manslaughter and felony drunk driving.
According to the Fremont Police, an ongoing investigation involving witness statements, financial records and other evidence led them to conclude Yousuf had bought the liquor and provided it to the teens involved in the accident during a huge party at her home.
On Thursday, Yousuf was scheduled to be arraigned at Fremont Superior Courthouse.
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