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Orange police arrested a suspected drunk driver accused of hitting and killing a 19-year-old pedestrian after running a red light, authorities said Thursday.

Sitani Pinomi, a 39-year-old resident of Orange, was driving with a suspended license at the time of the crash and has been convicted of DUI in the past, according to police.

The crash occurred about 10:09 p.m. Wednesday when Pinomi struck the 19-year-old in a pickup truck while the victim was in a crosswalk at the intersection of Tustin Street and Heim Avenue, police said. He had been walking home from his job at Starbucks.

Aden Uriostegui is seen in an undated photo provided to KTLA by his family.
Aden Uriostegui is seen in an undated photo provided to KTLA by his family.

Family members identified the victim as Aden Uriostegui, an Orange resident and recent high school grad. He’s one of four siblings who is also survived by his mother and father, relatives say.

“Aden dedicated his life to being there for others he was quick to lend a hand to friends and family when needed,” loved ones wrote on a GoFundMe page to raise money for his funeral. “He was a hard worker who was excited about college and buying his dream car on his own.”

Uriostegui was in the crosswalk, crossing legally, when he was struck by an F-250 truck, Sgt. Phil McMullin said.

A witness told authorities the truck was driving south along Tustin Street and did not stop for the red light upon reaching the intersection on Heim, according to police.

Uriostegui was pronounced dead at the scene.

Pinomi remained at the scene after the crash and was later booked into Orange County Jail.

Anyone with information is urged by police to reach Officer Suarez at 714-744-7342.