April 23, 2024
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A 37-year-old man who allegedly fled after the automotive he was driving fatally struck a pedestrian in College Heights three months in the past was jailed this week on suspicion of a slate of offenses, together with homicide.

Brandon Allen Janik of San Diego was arrested Tuesday within the 3800 block of Seventh Avenue in Hillcrest in reference to the loss of life of 47-year-old Joshua Gilliland, police mentioned.

At about 8:45 p.m. on June 10, a automotive hit Gilliland within the three-way intersection of Regular Road and El Cajon and Park boulevards, a couple of mile north of Balboa Park, in response to Sgt. Victoria Houseman of the San Diego Police Division.

Paramedics took Gilliland to a hospital, the place he succumbed to his accidents 4 days later.

Detectives ultimately have been capable of determine Janik because the alleged driver of the car — a 2022 BMW — that struck the sufferer. Police didn’t disclose the proof that led investigators to make that dedication.

Janik was booked into San Diego Central Jail on suspicion of homicide, drunk driving, hit-and-run, gross vehicular manslaughter, and three counts of creating false insurance coverage claims a couple of car. He was being held with out bail pending arraignment, scheduled for Thursday afternoon.

–Metropolis Information Service