Austin's Soros-backed DA is slammed for allowing man who killed two people in SEVENTH drunk-driving incident is allowed to walk free because his charges were reduced --Roberto Rangel was initially charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter after an accident that killed Mark Narvaez and Kate Garcia. --Three months after his arrest, his charge was reduced to a DWI. | 20 Dec 2023 | Democratic Austin District Attorney José Garza is being criticized for allowing a man who killed two people in his seventh drunk-driving crash to walk out on bond after his charges were reduced. Roberto Rangel, 52, was initially charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter after he was allegedly involved in a December 18, 2022, drunk-driving crash killed two people, reported Fox 7 Austin... He was arrested and held on $100,000 bond. Three months later, his charge was reduced to a DWI and bond was reduced to $10,000 - which he was able to post. It is reported that Rangel's bond conditions continue to be modified; recently, his portable alcohol monitor was removed.