Edwin Jackson, Indianapolis Colts linebacker, was killed by an illegal immigrant, police say

The suspected drunk driver who seem to killed Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson in a crash on the early morning of the Super Bowl is a Guatemalan citizen who is in the U. T. illegally and has been deported two times, police revealed Monday.

Indiana Condition Police identified the driver of an F-150 truck in the incident as Manuel Orrego-Savala, 37, who had been deported within 2007 and 2009.

“ State law enforcement investigators are working with U. H. Federal Immigration Officials and they have positioned a hold on Orrego-Savala, ”   police stated in a statement .

Jackson, 26, plus Jeffrey Monroe, 54, also in the vehicle,   were hit and killed   around 4 a. mirielle. on Sunday on Interstate seventy in Indiana.

The car that Jackson and Jeffrey Monroe were traveling in Weekend.   (Indiana Condition Police)

Investigators believe Monroe was Jackson’ s Uber motorist and Jackson was the passenger, FOX59 documented . The station said at some time during the ride Jackson became sick and tired, and the pair were hit at the emergency shoulder of the highway right after Monroe pulled over.

A state trooper who taken care of immediately the crash also struck your body of one of the victims in the middle lane when he slowed their cruiser down to investigate,   based on FOX59.

Orrego-Savala fled the scene unfortunately he arrested shortly thereafter by the reacting officer. He then gave police the particular alias of Alex Cabrera Gonsales. Jail records viewed by Sibel News on Monday morning mentioned Orrego-Savala, under the alias of Gonsales, was driving without a license.

Orrego-Savala’s truck has been totaled after the crash.   (Indiana State Police)

Orrego-Savala’s blood alcohol level has been 0. 239 at the time of the accident —   three times the lawful limit  — The Indianapolis Star documented , citing a probable trigger affidavit. Drivers in Indiana are assumed intoxicated with a zero. 08 percent blood alcohol degree.

“The loss of life at the hands of illegal migrant criminals should make all Hoosiers sad and ultimately angry, inch Rep. Todd Rokita, R-Ind., mentioned in a statement. “We must do a lot more to get these dangerous illegal migrant criminals off of our streets, plus guarantee this never happens once again by building a wall, ending haven cities, and stopping illegal migration once and for all. ”

It had been not immediately clear when  Orrego-Savala re-entered the U. S. right after being deported in 2009.   Yet Indiana State Police  Sgt. David Perrine told Fox News that  Orrego-Savala has used the Gonsales parallelbezeichnung enough times “to create a document trail. ”

Orrego-Savala is currently being kept at the Marion County Jail plus police say they are working to document criminal charges.

Fox News’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.