MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Guatemalan woman who was deported after she was convicted in a 2008 school bus crash that killed four children in southwestern Minnesota is now facing federal charges alleging she re-entered the United States illegally, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Friday.

Olga Marina Franco del Cid, 35, was arrested last month by federal immigration officers after they received a tip that she returned to the U.S. and was back in Minnesota. She was indicted Thursday on counts of illegal re-entry after removal, identification document fraud and false representation of a Social Security number.

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Franco del Cid was convicted of criminal vehicular homicide after crashing a minivan into a school bus near Cottonwood in 2008, killing four students. She served eight years of her sentence and was deported after being released from state prison.

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Court records do not list an attorney to comment on Franco del Cid’s behalf. She is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.

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