Maricela Moreno Obituary, Death -In Arlington, late on Sunday night, a woman in her 67th year passed away after being struck by an SUV. The person who is suspected of driving was taken into custody within a few hours. According to a press release issued by the Arlington Police Department, at approximately 10:15 p.m., a vehicle collided with two pedestrians near the intersection of E. Park Row Drive and Susan Drive.
In the middle of the road, they found a woman who was 67 years old and unresponsive. The police say that she and another woman in her 49th year who was also hurt in the collision were taken to a hospital in the area after the accident.

The man, who was 67 years old, was said to have been pronounced dead at the hospital, according to the officials. Maricela Moreno was the name that the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office assigned to her body. The injuries sustained by the other woman are anticipated to make a full recovery. Witnesses claim that a sport utility vehicle (SUV) was traveling westbound on E. Park Row Drive when it ran a red light and struck two women who were walking through a crosswalk. The SUV then drove off.

According to the police, a license plate was found at the scene, and it was later determined that it belonged to a vehicle that was registered at an address in the area, which had a Mazda CX9 parked in front of it with damage to the front end. Officers allegedly conducted an interview with the driver, Jose Ivan Martinez, while he was at his residence, and ultimately arrested him based on the conversation as well as the results of a number of different sobriety tests.

According to the records kept at the jail, Martinez, 22, was taken into custody and charged with intoxication manslaughter, intoxication assault, accident involving death, and accident involving serious bodily injury. All of these charges stem from an accident that involved the victim passing away. It was not clear whether he had an attorney representing him in this matter. The investigation into the collision is not yet complete, but the police believe that both speed and alcohol were factors in the incident.