This is the Mexican property developer and hotelier arrested for manslaughter for the death of his 11-year-old son who died after being run over by their boat in San Francisco  Javier Burillo, 57, was released from custody on Sunday night after posting $1million bond  He was charged with manslaughter for the death of his 11-year-old son, who has not yet been named  The boy, who has special needs, died in the water after being tossed from their boat when a wave hit  Police say Burillo, who failed a sobriety test, accidentally ran him over afterwards  Authorities will not say how much more over the 0.08 percent blood alcohol limit he was The boy’s 27-year-old half-brother was also on the boat. He too was thrown from the water and injured his leg but survived   Javier Burillo is shown with his now estranged wife Rose. He was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of vehicular homicide with a vessel for the death of their 11-year-old son This is the boat that Burillo was driving when a wave hit on Sunday and sent his sons, aged seven and 27, into the water The younger boy died when the father approached them and, according to police, accidentally ran them over He later failed a sobriety test Burillo is also known as Xavier Azcarraga. He is from one of Mexico’s wealthiest families and was formerly married to the daughter of former Mexican President Miguel Aleman  They have three children together. His 11-year-old son is his only with his second wife, Rose  They have been married for 20 years but he filed for divorce in February this year  The couple live in a sprawling $10million home which overlooks the Corinthian Yacht Club  It is where he docked on Sunday after the accident. According to Tiburon Police Chief Michael Cronin, he and the boys had been on the water when a wave smacked into his 33-foot Targa Protector boat   Burillo is shown with his two adult sons from his first marriage. One of them was injured in the boating accident but police have not named which one of them was on board Burillo’s home which he paid $10million for in 2004 overlooks the yacht club where he docked his boat It sent the boy and the 27-year-old into the water As he approached them to bring them back onto the boat, Burillo allegedly ran them over  The accident took place on Sunday at around 7pm. He called 911 afterwards and was arrested at his home on charges of vehicular manslaughter and willful harm to a child  The family has not yet commented on the tragedy. It remains unclear when Burillo is next due in court  He is the owner of the Casa de Campo hotel in Cuernavaca, Mexico, and also owns the Hotel Ritz in Acapulco  His family owns the Mexican television company, Televisa.  Burillo and his wife Rose had been married for 20 years before he filed for divorce earlier this yearIn a recent court filing, Rose Burillo described her estranged husband as ‘powerful’  Cronin said on Monday that the accident had shocked the community, where Burillo is well-known  ‘It’s a tragedy. We’re all heartsick about it. The community is shocked,’ he said, adding of Burillo: ‘He was grief-stricken but completely cooperative   ‘I really cannot imagine his grief.’ Speaking to DailyMail.com on Tuesday, Cronin said: ‘It’s horrible It’s one of the worst cases I’ve had to deal with in 45 years.’ Neighbors described him as a ‘good family man’ and said it was ‘insane’ that he had been arrested  ‘He is a wonderful man, he loves his children. ‘This must have been a horrible nightmare accident The fact they are holding him (in jail) is insane,’ Azita Mujica-Beavers told local newspaper The Ark  Cronin said he had never met Burillo before but that he was a man of ‘substantial means’