Orrego-Savala didn't stop, but police caught up with him and arrested him shortly after the fatal crash.
"The defendant in this case allegedly re-entered the country illegally for the second time before he put the public safety of Indianapolis at risk and took the lives of two innocent men early Sunday morning", U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler said in a statement.
Customs Enforcement officials said Orrego-Savala was previously convicted of driving under the influence in California in 2005.
As of Wednesday morning, Orrego-Savala was in police custody in Indianapolis.
"Depending on the results of that investigation, either Prosecutor Curry's office or mine, or both I guess, in the event he used false information in both Boone and Marion Counties, will review those findings for possible perjury, forgery, false informing and identity deception charges, among other potential charges", Meyer said Tuesday, according to WBIC.
The fatalities come about two months after a California jury acquitted a Mexican man in the fatal July 2015 shooting of a woman on a San Francisco pier - a death that touched off a fierce national immigration debate.
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Bach added: "The privilege to be invited requires more than just the absence of a sanction". "The IOC Commission has taken a shameful decision".
"I don't think Edwin would have judged anyone on where they were from or anything else", Bouchez said.
Orrego-Savala was deported in 2007 and 2009, and was again living illegally in the U.S.at the time of the crash, according to investigators.
A Marion County judge entered a not guilty plea for 37-year-old Manuel Orrego-Savala during a court hearing Wednesday.
Jeffrey had been an Uber driver for more than two years and his wife says he loved every minute of it. "This is just one of many such preventable tragedies".
Federal prosecutors on Wednesday charged Orrego-Savala with illegal re-entry after deportation, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
President Donald Trump reacted to the deadly incident, saying it is "disgraceful", and using it to call upon Democrats to work towards stricter immigration laws. "We are shocked and saddened by this tragedy, and our thoughts and prayers are with the families of both men during this hard time".
"Additionally, he has many other misdemeanor criminal convictions and arrests in California and in", the statement from ICE said.
"This is who my husband was", said Deborah.