A 34-year-old Alamo man accused of driving drunk and killing a woman received $250,000 in bonds on Monday, jail records show.
Miguel Lopez is charged with intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle, intoxication assault with a vehicle causing serious bodily injury, accident involving injury and accident involving death.
He’s accused of losing control of his vehicle and hitting 34-year-old San Juan resident Marlena Cantu from behind, killing her.
In a news release, the Texas Department of Public safety said a passenger in Cantu’s vehicle sustained minor injuries.
Lopez also sustained minor injuries.
Court records indicate Lopez was previously convicted of DWI in 2008.