REDWOOD CITY (BCN) — A 28-year-old Felton woman has been released from custody on bail after allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol and causing a crash on state Highway 1 south of Half Moon Bay that killed a man and injured his wife last weekend, San Mateo County prosecutors said Thursday.

Liana Felde has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and DUI for the crash around 7:35 p.m. Saturday on Highway 1 south of Dehoff Canyon Road that left 32-year-old Half Moon Bay resident Jesse Schouboe dead, according to the district attorney’s office.

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Schouboe’s wife was driving north on the highway with him in the passenger seat when Felde, driving south, suddenly veered over the center line and hit the victims’ vehicle head-on, prosecutors said.

Felde was trapped in her vehicle but other motorists stopped and pulled her out, and preliminary blood-alcohol tests came back at .16 percent, well above the .08 legal limit.

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She posted $130,000 bail on Tuesday and had her arraignment Wednesday postponed until March 11 to complete efforts to retain a defense attorney, prosecutors said.

 

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