Driver In Pebble Beach Crash Has A Record

13 tickets in 9 years.

Luls that his social networking accounts vanished after the news hit.

Elder was booked into Monterey County Jail early Monday on charges of felony drunken driving and vehicular manslaughter.

He was released from custody about noon after posting $430,000 in bail, a Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman said.

A computer index of Monterey County court records show Elder received 13 traffic citations between 2003 and 2012. Records from a single criminal case dating to November 2000 were no longer available after December 2007, the index said.

Messages touting two after-parties following the Pebble Beach Food & Wine festival, including photos of the crowds in attendance, were posted from ECI Building’s Twitter account several days before the collision.

One dated Thursday, the event’s opening night, read, “After party crazy!!!”

Another was dated shortly after midnight early Saturday.

The festival ended early Sunday afternoon, several hours before the fatal crash, and it is not known if Elder attended that day.

His LinkedIn and Twitter pages were taken down Monday.

Driver In Pebble Beach Crash Has A Record