TV 10 now knows the name of the 16 year old girl who was killed when her car was struck by a convicted drunk driver who, according to police, was driving with a suspended license.

The crash happened on Highway 35, just inside of Rayne.

Investigators say Haddie Babineaux died shortly after the car she was driving was struck head on by another vehicle that crossed the center line.

Suspect Dennis Juppstrom has been booked into the Acadia Parish Jail in lieu of $400,000 bond.

The records indicate that his driver's licenses in Louisiana and North Carolina are both in suspension.

On top of that, 25-year-old Dennis Juppstrom was just convicted last month in Rayne for driving drunk.

But police say that didn't stop him from getting behind the wheel last Tuesday night.

Officials that responded to the scene tell us Babineaux and her two passengers were traveling North on Highway 35 headed into Church Point when a vehicle coming the opposite direction crossed over the yellow line colliding with Babineaux's vehicle.

Juppstrom now faces charges of negligent homicide and driving under suspension.

Juppstrom's blood and urine samples were sent off Thursday to the State Police to be tested for the presence of alcohol.

When those results come in, we'll let you know.