Nestor Andrade-Garcia, 39, of Waukegan, (inset) was arrested early Sunday morning near 10th Street and Lewis Avenue in Waukegan after he drove into a shooting crime scene. | Inset: Provided; Background Photo: Craig / Captured News

A second man has been charged with driving into the crime scene of a fatal weekend shooting in Waukegan and resisting officers, resulting in an officer being injured, prosecutors said.

Nestor Andrade-Garcia, 39, of Waukegan, was charged with resisting a peace officer causing injury, a Class 4 felony.

The Waukegan Police Department Major Crime Scene Unit and the Criminal Investigations Division were on the scene investigating a shooting, which occurred around 10:30 p.m. Saturday at 10th Street and Lewis Avenue.

The shooting resulted in the death of Niolis Collazo, 23, of Waukegan.

Lake County Assistant State’s Attorney Tyler Dyson said a truck, driven by Andrade-Garcia, came into the crime scene just after 12 a.m. Sunday while officers were still on the scene investigating.

Officers told Andrade-Garcia to stop, Dyson said, adding that he was suspected of driving under the influence.

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Andrade-Garcia did not comply with the officers’ instructions and “squared up” with them, Dyson said.

It took multiple officers to arrest Andrade-Garcia and one officer suffered minor injuries during the scuffle.

Lake County Judge Janelle Christensen ordered Andrade-Garcia held on a $10,000 bond.

David Marroquin-Hernandez, 40, of North Chicago.

Andrade-Garcia was one of two drivers arrested that night for driving into the same shooting crime scene.

Less than an hour and a half after Andrade-Garcia was arrested, a silver Toyota Tacoma began traveling directly at officers who remained on the scene investigating.

Waukegan Deputy Police Chief Scott Chastain said the Toyota was driving at a high rate of speed and a police sergeant yelled out to officers to warn them about the vehicle, which did not look like it was going to stop.

The Toyota, driven by David Marroquin-Hernandez, 40, of North Chicago, crashed into an unmarked police car that had its blue and red lights activated.

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The collision pushed the unmarked police car into a marked police car.

The crash occurred at Lewis Avenue and Marshal Parkway, Chastain said.

A Waukegan High School volleyball coach was fatally shot near 10th Street and Lewis Avenue in Waukegan Saturday evening after a gunman or gunmen fired shots, striking her car and a second car. | Photo: Craig / Captured News

An officer who was next to one of the squad cars suffered minor injuries to her knee during the crash.

Marroquin-Hernandez was arrested for driving without a valid license.

Officers determined he was also driving under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash, Chastain said.

Marroquin-Hernandez was charged with aggravated driving under the influence, two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle and driving without a driver’s license.

Lake County Judge Theodore Potkonjak ordered Marroquin-Hernandez held on a $350,000 bond.

Marroquin-Hernandez remains held in the Lake County Jail and has not posted bond. Andrade-Garcia was released from the jail after posting 10% of his bond.

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