and-run Keith BieryGolick, email@example.com 2 days ago Facebook Twitter Google Plus more The Enquirer/Keith BieryGolick This memorial is on Reading Road, near where 17-year-old Asia Denson was struck and killed by a vehicle Sunday. The Enquirer/Keith BieryGolick A small memorial for 17-year-old Asia Denson on Reading Road in Bond Hill. Denson was struck and killed by a vehicle Sunday night. A man under investigation in the hit-and-run death of a 17-year-old girl has at least five past convictions for drunken driving, according to court documents. Asia Denson was struck and killed by a vehicle while trying to cross the street in Bond Hill on Sunday night, Cincinnati police said. The driver took off after hitting Denson near the intersection of Reading Road and Avonlea Avenue around 10:30 p.m., said Lt. Tim Brown, the night chief. "She was trying to cross the street," Brown said. Denson was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, but succumbed to her injuries, police said Provided/Hamilton County Justice Center Dangerfield Authorities arrested Lawrence Dangerfield, 51, on open warrants for driving with a suspended license and expired tags Monday morning, according to court documents. Police requested "high or no bond" for Dangerfield because he is under investigation for a fatal hit-and-run, but he has not been charged with a crime relating to Denson's death, according to his arrest slip. Police noted in his arrest slip he had a cut on his forehead when he was arrested at his home in Bond Hill around 4 a.m. When ticketed for driving with a suspended license, he was driving a silver BMW, according to court documents. That matches the description given to police of the striking vehicle Sunday, according to information provided by police. Police found the vehicle shortly after the crash, but it was unattended. Dangerfield has been convicted of drunken driving at least five times, according to court documents. In 1993, Dangerfield was convicted of driving drunk or under the influence of drugs in separate incidents just one week apart. In 1998, he was sentenced to prison for felonious assault, failure to comply and DUI when he didn't stop for a police officer trying to pull him over. The police department's traffic unit is investigating Denson's death.