Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says he's disheartened by what he calls "ghoulish and inappropriate public commentary" surrounding the Sunday crash.
The judge set his bond at $200,000 after entering a not guilty plea on his behalf, and charged him with four felonies.
Tragedy has struck the Colts and Jackson's death will forever be remembered in the hearts of the fans and the organization.
A spokesman for Jackson's family has said his relatives are devastated and planned no response to Trump's tweets about the crash and the suspect's immigration status. "We must get the Dems to get tough on the Border, and with illegal immigration, FAST!"
Orrego-Savala said he hired an attorney.
President Donald Trump is not a stranger to responding controversially to tragedy. The Marion County Prosecutor's Office was working with police on "potential criminal charges" in the case, spokeswoman Peg McLeish said.
Trump's tweet, and statements from other Republicans, characterized Orrego-Savala's arrest as proof that stricter immigration laws are needed.
Orrego-Savala remained jailed Wednesday in Indianapolis. The charges include causing death while driving intoxicated.
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The man suspected in a crash that killed an Indianapolis Colts linebacker and his Uber driver was in the US illegally and had twice been deported, authorities say. He appeared in court Wednesday for an initial hearing. Jeffrey Monroe, 54, of Avon, Indiana, was the ride-share driver who also was killed in the crash around 4 a.m. Sunday.
Investigators said Orrego-Savala was driving the pickup truck that hit Jackson and his Uber driver, 54-year-old Jeffrey Monroe, while the men were standing outside Monroe's vehicle early Sunday along Interstate 70.
Orrego-Savala is a Guatemalan citizen who's in the USA illegally. Orrego-Savala had a prior conviction for driving under the influence, and had been deported twice, according to officials.
Orrego-Savala was arrested shortly after the crash.
On top of that, Orrego-Savala has also been hit with a federal charge for illegally reentering the country after being deported. He was deported to Guatemala in January 2007.
He's charged in a federal criminal complaint with illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien.
Orrego-Savala presented investigators with a Mexican Consulate Identification Card and used the alias Alex Cabrera Gonsales.
A man listed as Alex Cabrera Gonsales was arrested a year ago in Whitestown, Indiana, after a driving infraction, according to a report by Whitestown Police officials, who confirmed both identities are the same person.
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