SANTA ANA—On October 31,  a trio of teenage trick-or-treaters were fatally struck by an SUV near their Santa Ana home.

The deaths of twin sisters Lexi and Lexandra Perez and friend Andrea Gonzalez sparked a hit-and-run investigation when the Honda CRV that struck them was found abandoned three blocks from the crime scene.

On Sunday morning, Santa Ana police reported a series of five arrests in connection to the fatal hit-and-run. It has since been discovered that the principle suspect is 31-year-old Orange resident Jaquinn Bell, who was allegedly breaking his parole by driving. He was convicted in August for driving under the influence and a hit-and-run.

Police leads and surveillance led to Bell being arrested on November 3 at the Stanton Motel 6.

Authorities suspect Bell was driving with his 17-year-old son and 14-year-old daughter at the time of the crash. Bell’s children, along with his sister and mother were initially apprehended, but later released from police custody.

Santa Ana citizens have erected a memorial of bouquets and candles near the intersection, where many have come to pay their respects to the slain teenagers.

Bell remains in custody in lieu of $500,000 bail.