A man accused of felony drunk driving that killed a single mother of five children in a DUI crash in Fresno was driving without a license, confirmed California Highway Patrol (CHP).
This marks the third suspect discovered to be driving with a suspended license in several DUI crashes affecting San Diegans within the past week.
Both had been driving on suspended licenses.
Jesus Suazo, 24, never even applied for a license in the state of California, according to the DMV. He only had an identification card, which means he was not authorized to drive in the state.
A previous DUI charge was cited under his name on July 22, 2013, confirmed the DMV. On two previous occasions, Suazo was cited for driving without a license.
Suazo was driving in Tulare County along Highway 99 and Avenue 200 when he drifted off the roadway, hit a fence and crashed into several pieces of farm equipment, said CHP Officer Steve Beal.
Suazo's passenger, Ana Solorino-Zuniga, 27, was fatally ejected from his vehicle and died at the scene, leaving behind five children.
According to the Tulare Sheriff's Department, Suazo is being held on a $560,000 bail amount for the felony drunk driving charge.
The victim's GoFundMe page is available here.