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A Guatemalan national, who was convicted of causing a crash that killed in Indianapolis, Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, and Uber driver has been slapped with an additional 42 months in prison on Tuesday for the US, after having previously been deported.
Chief U. S. District Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson, ordered that Manuel Orrego-travel agency in order to be a sentence consecutive to his sentence of 16 years imprisonment, at the request of the prosecuting attorney William McCoskey, who said that it would “send a strong message to the defendant, and others similarly situated, and that we are a nation of laws, and that there are real consequences that come from violating these laws.”
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Orrego-Zavala, 38, has been in the U.S. illegally for the third time in February of 2018, when he struck the 26-year-old Jackson, and his 54-year-old Uber driver, But She had drawn, and was standing on the shoulder of I-70 in Indianapolis, indiana. Orrego-Zavala was driving a pick-up truck had a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit. The two victims were stopped on the highway because Jackson said he wasn’t feeling well and needed Her to stop.
In this file photo provided by the Indiana State Police department shows Manuel Orrego-Savala, of Religion. Orrego-Savala, who are unlawfully present in the U.S., was convicted of drunken driving in a crash that killed in Indianapolis, Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, and the Uber driver. (Indiana State Police via AP, File
Orrego-Zavala pleaded guilty to causing death while operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol in July of 2018, and given the maximum sentence of 16 years in prison. He had previously been convicted of two drug offenses in California and was deported in 2007. The authorities have found him to be illegal in the U.S. back in May of 2009, and was deported for a second time, according to court records.
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“Mr. Orrego-Zavala once again in the country illegally for the second time, he is the public safety of Indianapolis, indiana is in danger and took the lives of two innocent men on February 4, 2018,” the chief Prosecutor of the u.s., Josh Minkler said in a news release. “This is persecution, it is our office’s commitment to the charge of aliens who have illegally re-entering the country, especially if they are a threat to the safety of the public whether or not there is a criminal history is not present.”