Suspect in crash that hurt boy had been deported 15 times

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"He wants to go home, to his brothers, his dog, to play on his computer and go to the park".

The speeding Chevrolet Silverado hit the driver and passenger's side where the boy, Lennox Lake, was sitting in his auto seat, said his grandmother, Cheryl Lake. Lake and his wife, Ingrid, suffered minor injuries. Then, authorities say, he kept going.

Constantino Banda-Acosta, a 38-year-old Mexican citizen, was kicked out of the US 15 times in the past 15 years, with his most previous deportation coming January 18, federal officials told The San Diego Union-Tribune. Outside the courtroom, the prosecutor declined to provide Banda-Acosta's blood-alcohol level after the collision. He was ordered held on $230,000 bail. He fled the scene, but was taken into custody shortly thereafter. According to ICE, Banda-Acosta had been deported 15 times in recent years.

Should Banda-Acosta be caught trying to re-enter the United States again, he will face federal felony charges under new prosecution guidelines disseminated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions last month. They include a formal removal order issued by an immigration judge, or an expedited removal order handled administratively by law enforcement officers.

Mack said she could not release specifics on Banda-Acosta's deportations because of privacy rules. He also has a criminal record that includes two arrests on domestic violence charges and convictions for driving with a suspended license and DUI.

What happened? An illegal immigrant who had been previously deported fifteen times hit their vehicle.

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"I don't feel like this guy represents all illegals. It's sad that this could have been prevented".

Lennox Lake had the time of his life Saturday at Disneyland.

"We heard the tires screeching but it wasn't like the screeching of stopping, it was like the screeching of accelerating into the turn".

"It was just hard to see your son laying there on the ground with glass everywhere he's not looking really well and I just hope an ambulance gets there as soon as possible", said Benjamin. He and his wife assured each other they were OK.

Sitting in the back seat, Lennox s's uncle described the accident and said that a truck "came flying around the corner, wheels squealing and slammed into them". "I'm a nurse, but I was freaked out pretty bad", Lake said. "[I hope] justice does their job and things work out the right way", Lake told Fox5.

The boy actually had multiple skull fractures and bleeding from his ears and nose. A representative from the hospital said the boy is listed in "serious condition".