NEW HANOVER COUNTY -- A Leland man suspected of being under the influence of alcohol when he hit and killed a woman five years ago has been convicted of driving while impaired.
Efrain Rodriguez pleaded guilty to a DWI charge in a New Hanover County courtroom on Monday.
Rodriguez has a history of driving drunk.
He has been arrested twice before on DWI charges. In 2003, he hit and killed a pregnant woman then drove away.
Police suspect he was drunk but couldn't prove it since they didn't find him until the next day.
Rodriguez served less than a year for the hit and run.
The victim's father says he wants Rodriguez behind bars for life.
Rodriguez will lose his license for a year.
As part of his guilty plea, he will have to serve community service by cleaning up the memorial of the woman he killed.
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