There is new information on the man driving the car that killed five people in Kula early Sunday morning.
Friends identify the driver as 21-year-old Libert Qalivere, who is at last check in stable condition at Maui Memorial Medical Center.
He was the only survivor in a car with four men and one woman, ages 19 and 20.
Police believe speed and alcohol was involved in the crash, but toxicology results have not yet come back. No arrests have been made.
KITV4 News has learned Qalivere was convicted of driving under the influence last year.
The incident happened on July 15, 2011, two weeks shy of his 21st birthday.
Court documents show Qalivere's blood alcohol level was .169, more than twice the legal limit.
Documents show he pleaded no contest to the charges, but he failed to appear for sentencing on August 31. A bench warrant was issued on that day and it still has not been served.
Court documents also show Qalivere was ticketed twice for speeding. He was accused of driving 69 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone in July 2010. He was also accused of going 66 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone in January 2011.
The Maui prosecutor's office told KITV4 News Qalivere's drivers license would not have been revoked until sentencing.
The state sheriffs division says it would have been up to Maui police to serve the bench warrant.
Maui police would not able to answer our questions.
A memorial service for one of the victims in the crash, Karl Barrack, will be held this Friday at 6 p.m. at Ballard Mortuary.