An Indianapolis woman strongly suspected of residing in the country illegally has been accused of driving intoxicated and causing an automobile accident that claimed the life of a Noblesville man this week, WTHR reports.
The victim, Dave Kriehn, age 66, was a former missionary.
Kriehn was returning home early Tuesday morning from a long night of doing inventory at the restaurant he managed, Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que, when the suspect drove her vehicle into the rear of his, causing his vehicle to roll over several times and killing him.
The suspect, Elizabeth Vargas-Hernandez, never even held a driver’s license, according to WXIN.
His family was grieved, and his coworkers were saddened by the loss.
“Dave was a gentle, caring man,” Harry Straut told WTHR. “A good person. The guy you liked to hang out with as well as work with.”
“Dave was an inspirational leader,” Straut continued. “He spent much of his life before entering the restaurant industry being a missionary.”
— Beve Stannon (@NorthBeaches) February 14, 2017
Co-workers have set up a GoFundMe page to help Kriehn’s family through this difficult time. You can learn more about that here.
Meanwhile, viewers on the internet are appalled not only by the loss of a man taken too soon from his family, but by the fact that a woman who was apparently an illegal immigrant not only was able to enter and reside in the United States but that she was then able to do serious harm to her community — like the man who killed Kate Steinle in San Francisco in 2015.
Hopefully, with the Trump administration, we will see the rule of law return to this country.
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