Accused drunken driver in California crash was deported 15 times

Accused drunken driver in California crash was deported 15 times

Accused drunken driver in California crash was deported 15 times

A suspected drunken driver who badly injured a 6-year-old boy in San Diego had been deported at least 15 times.

The parents of Lennox Lake, who was hospitalized after the weekend crash, didn't go to court for the arraignment.

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A California family of three was driving home from Disneyland last Saturday when their auto was struck by a truck in the San Diego area that, police believe, ran a stop sign.

The agents arrested both men, the Border Patrol said.

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The drunken driving suspect was a 38-year-old Mexican citizen who had been kicked out of the US 15 times in the past 15 years. "Using the pain and suffering of victims and their families to vilify a single community is irresponsible and unhelpful", Andrea Guerrero, the executive director of Alliance San Diego told the Union-Tribune. Lake and his wife, Ingrid, suffered minor injuries.

The speeding Chevrolet Silverado hit the driver and passenger's side where the boy, Lennox Lake, was sitting in his vehicle seat, said his grandmother, Cheryl Lake.

U.S. Border Patrol agents captured Banda-Acosta around 30 minutes after the accident, booking him into jail on a $100,000 bail.

His lawyer asked that prosecutors make sure a material witness, likely the man taken into custody with Banda-Acosta, not be deported pending further investigation.

KGTV added that Banda-Acosta will be arraigned May 10 on charges of DUI, hit-and-run and driving without a license.

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Mack said Banda has been "repatriated to Mexico at least 15 times since 2002, most recently in January 2017".

Should Banda-Acosta be caught trying to re-enter the United States again, he will face federal felony charges under new prosecution guidelines disseminated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions last month.

Lennox sustained an open skull fracture with the location being slightly above his left eye. "[I hope] justice does their job and things work out the right way", said Lake.

His family has since set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for medical expenses.

The woman told the station 10News her estranged husband was deported from the USA on or around January 10, but returned 10 days later.

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