The suspect in a crash that killed two people at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas has pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in Alaska.

According to Alaska court records, Rashad Charjuan Owens, 21, pleaded guilty to DUI in an Oct. 17, 2011 crash. Prosecutors dismissed charges from the same date of leaving the scene of a damage accident, as well as Nov. 11, 2011 charges of violating conditions of release and minor consumption of alcohol.

Thursday’s news comes as a medical examiner in Texas has released the identity of the second person who died when a car, allegedly driven by Owens, crashed through a street barricade during the festival, also called SXSW.

Twenty-seven year-old Jamie Ranae West was riding on a moped early Thursday morning when the man fleeing police crashed into her. Her husband Evan West was among the 23 listed as injured and is still hospitalized.

Austin police have said they intend to charge Owens with two counts of capital murder and 23 counts of aggravated assault with a vehicle. Police allege Owens fled a patrol car, smashed through a street closed for the festival and killed a Dutch bicyclist before hitting the moped with Evans on it.

Owens was in custody Thursday awaiting formal charges.

Channel 2’s Chris Klint and Nikki Carvajal contributed information to this story.