Nauman Hussain (pictured top left in a 2014 mugshot), was taken into custody on Wednesday morning, officials said. Hussain manages the day to day operations for Prestige Limousines in New York. The company is owned by his father Shahed (pictured top right), who is currently in Pakistan. Hussain was arrested on Interstate 787 by New York State Police. He was in the car with his girlfriend and brother. Hussain’s lawyer said New York State Police ‘jumped the gun’ by charging Hussain four days after the horrific accident. Kindlon reiterated his claims this week that the blame for the horrific crash should lie on the intersection, which was notorious among locals for being a hot spot for accidents. 'This road was a problem, a known problem to the state of New York,' he said. 'The state has done a wonderful job at pointing the camera at the Hussain family.' Locals revealed this week that the intersection of State Route 30 and State Route 30A is notoriously dangerous, seeing four crashes since 2008.