SF police make arrest in fatal hit-and-run that killed Daly City man 

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Police made an arrest Wednesday in the deadly hit-and-run in the Mission last Saturday, Sgt. Danielle Newman said is a statement.

Jamie Linares, 25, of San Francisco, turned himself into police Wednesday after investigators issued a $1 million warrant for his arrest on felony hit-and-run and felony manslaughter charges after being identified as a suspect in the incident that killed 26-year-old Daly City resident Johny William Alonzo-Castillo.

In that incident, Alonzo-Castillo was driving in the area of Cesar Chavez and Folsom streets when he was struck by a vehicle that ran a red light.

Alonzo-Castillo was rushed to the hospital but succumbed to his injuries the next day.

After police identified Linares as the suspect driver, they "went on an all out search" for him, that included the department's Traffic Collision Investigation Unit, Violence Reduction Team and plainclothes officers from Bayview, Ingleside and Mission stations, Newman said.

Linares was booked on charges of felony hit-and-run and felony manslaughter and is currently on felony probation for robbery.

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