MIDDLEBORO, Mass. (WPRI) — A Brockton man turned himself in Thursday in connection with a crash that claimed a woman’s life earlier this week.

Juan Leonardo Parra Altamirano, 33, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash that caused personal injury resulting in death, leaving the scene of a crash that caused personal injury, and leaving the scene of a crash that caused property damage, according to Massachusetts State Police.

Erpharo Gilbert

Erpharo Gilbert, 46, of Raynham, was killed in the crash Monday night on Route 24 in West Bridgewater.

State police said Gilbert’s car was hit around 10:30 p.m. by another vehicle that fled the scene. It caused Gilbert’s car to crash into the center barrier before it was struck again by a pickup truck. The car burst into flames and Gilbert was pronounced dead at the scene.

Parra Altamirano was arraigned on the charges Thursday afternoon. In court, prosecutors said police were able to track him down because his bumper with the license plate attached was left behind at the crash site.

Prosecutors allege Parra Altamirano fled because he’s an undocumented immigrant, having moved to Brockton from Ecuador last August.

The Commonwealth asked for bail to be set at $100,000 with conditions that Parra Altamirano surrender his passport and be on home confinement with a GPS monitoring device, which was agreed upon by the judge.

Parra Altamirano’s lawyer requested $5,000 bail and a curfew instead of home confinement, saying his client works to provide for his wife and two daughters.

He’s due back in court May 4 for a probable cause hearing.