On July 28 Piedmont resident Timothy Hamano was ordered by a judge to stay home with an ankle monitor as he awaits trial for killing an Oakland resident, Gregory Turnage, Jr., in a hit-and-run car crash on Mother’s Day. The judge ordered him to post $125,000 bail, and prohibited him from drinking alcohol or driving, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.
Hamano was charged with two felony counts on Wednesday, July 7 — hit-and-run leading to death and vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence. The victim’s family has also filed a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit against Hamano.
The San Francisco Chronicle is tracking the case — read the reporting HERE.