Convicted of second degree murder for DUI crash, he faces 15 years to life
Vincent Moroyoqui is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday for the drunk driving crash that killed a Taft mother and daughter in 2017.
He faces a prison sentence of 15 years to life, according to the Kern County District Attorney.
Moroyoqui, 36, was convicted on April 25 of two counts of second degree murder and two counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated for the collision on Highway 119 that killed Raeleen Sorenson, 51, and her daughter Raegan, 20.
The District Attorney said Moroyoqui was driving and speeds of up to 99 miles and hour while driving east on Highway 119, weaving in an out of traffic and had a blood alcohol more than three times the legal limit when his truck crashed into the Sorensons' car as they were returning home from an afternoon in Bakersfield.