New court documents show man had 'excessive BAC' during crash killing 6-month-old

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Like Anne Stegen's Facebook page here: .A man had an excessive blood alcohol content during a car accident that fatally injured a 6-month-old girl, police and prosecutors said in court documents.

Police said Alfredo Moreno was driving drunk when he slammed into the back of a stopped car carrying Layjah Heath, her parents and twin sister on Jan. 19.

Layjah died four days later.

The newly-released documents said Alfredo Moreno's breath samples registered his BAC at .20 percent, .18 percent and .20 percent.

Moreno had red, bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech and the odor of alcohol on his breath, police said in their field arrest data.

Moreno was driving on a license that had been suspended for driving under the influence. He was on active DUI probation.

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