Another American dead because they didn't deport an illegal the first time she was caught. Woman in fatal wreck previously cited for having no license : News-Record.com : Greensboro, North Carolina Woman in fatal wreck previously cited for having no license Wednesday, April 8 ( updated 2:19 pm) By The Times-News of Burlington Lidia Monica Lopez Lidia Monica Lopez Credit: Courtesy of Burlington Police Related Stories * Woman charged after fatal Burlington crash (Apr. 6) BURLINGTON (MCT) A woman charged with the death of a 43-year-old man killed while riding a motorcycle in downtown Burlington on Sunday was cited last summer for driving with no operator's license. Lidia Monica Lopez, 41, who is from Mexico, is allegedly using an alias and is in this country illegally, received a citation July 11 from the Alamance County Sheriff's Department. But she was not arrested and processed through the 287(g) illegal immigration enforcement program, said Randy Jones, a sheriff's department spokesman. ''The officer remembered that she had some form of identification that appeared valid," Jones said. "In turn, he issued a citation -- just like we always said we would -- and she was released." Lopez pleaded guilty to the charge July 31. She paid the $50 fine and the $121 court costs, according to court records. Burlington police charged Lopez, who lives on North Fisher Street, Burlington, Sunday with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle, driving with no operator's license and running a red light. Lopez was traveling east on South Church Street in a 1995 Dodge pickup truck when she allegedly ran a red light at the intersection of Davis Street and collided with a 1990 Dodge driven by Pamela Coble, 60, of Glenwood Avenue, Burlington. Coble was traveling south on Davis Street. After Lopez's truck collided with Coble's vehicle, the truck moved into the right lane of the westbound traffic and collided with the motorcycle driven by William Bryan Barber Sr., of Winston-Salem. ''The motorcycle fell on its side and went sliding across the roadway. The front tire of the (motorcycle) then collided with a light pole," according to the Burlington police wreck report. William Barber Sr. died at the scene. His 9-year-old son, William Bryan Barber Jr., was a passenger on the motorcycle. He was taken by helicopter to Duke University Medical Center in Durham. He was listed in fair condition Tuesday. Lopez and Coble were both treated at Alamance Regional Medical Center. Lopez was then placed in the Alamance County jail under $10,000 bond but because of her legal status, she won't be released from jail. She had a first court appearance Monday. According to a handwritten note stuck to her file, Lopez's "boyfriend went back to Mexico two weeks ago. She told officers she had plans to follow him in a couple of weeks." The name "Lidia Monica Lopez" is an alias used by Irma Bejar Perez, said Ivan Ortiz-Delgado, spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ''ICE has filed a detainer on Ms. Irma Bejar Perez," Ortiz said in a written statement. "The detainer is a tool that ICE uses to notify law enforcement that ICE may have an interest in the individual. The law enforcement agency is required to notify ICE if the individual is eligible for release. ICE subsequently determines what actions are appropriate depending on the circumstances surrounding the individual case."