The grandfather who raised Santiago as his own daughter said no one knew anything about the relationship.
Officers continue to investigate the incident.
"It's a awful thing that something would happen to an individual so young", Waterbury resident Robert Green said. "He looks at four walls and figures out what he did wrong", said Francisco Rivera.
The power was knocked out to around 100 homes at the time.
At the time, the auto driven by Pittman had crashed into a telephone pole along the 1700 block of Thomaston Avenue, circa 8.30pm. Eversource power crews put in temporary replacements until they can replace the entire pole. The vehicle crashed into the yard of a Waterbury, Conn. home about 10 a.m. Monday.
A GoFundMe was created to cover funeral and burial expenses for Santiago.
Stay updated with Channel 3 as more information becomes available.
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