SAN ANTONIO -

A woman who was run over in her own driveway died from her injuries on Monday.

Initially, the report KSAT received from police stated that the woman, Ana Ramirez, 48, was run over by her boyfriend.

However, on Thursday, family members said that was not the case.

Family members said on Aug. 18, Ramirez was at a party just a few blocks away from her house when she decided to walk home.

They said shortly after she left, a neighbor, who was also at the party, picked up her car keys and then drove her car to her house on Nevada street.

The neighbor, who has been identified as Joe Febres, 39, told police he didn't see her in the driveway and accidentally ran over her.

However, while on the scene, police conducted a sobriety test on Febres and arrested him, charging him with his third DWI.

Ramirez was taken to SAMMC that night and died on Monday.

Febres (pictured) has since bonded out of jail, but officials at the Bexar County District Attorney's office said that if it is established that Ramirez's death was caused by the DWI, then the charge will be upgraded to murder.

As of Thursday, they said they were waiting on autopsy results, medical records and the final investigation from police, but that they anticipate that the charge will be upgraded to murder.

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