The woman accused of providing alcohol to minors the night of a deadly Greyhound bus crash in Fresno will not spend any time behind bars.
Michele Cole was accused of providing alcohol to Sylvia Garay, Stephanie Cordoba and Vanessa Gonzales the night that Garay was allegedly driving drunk before crashing her vehicle on Highway 99, causing a Greyhound bus to crash into her car killing six people in July of 2010.
Because of jail overcrowding, a judge ordered the 22-year-old Cole to serve 3 years probation and 120 hours of community service. She must also wear an ankle monitor for six months and pay a $1000 fine.
Garay, Cordoba and Gonzales all died in the crash, along with three passengers in the bus.