LAUREL, Md. (WUSA9) -- Police said a man wanted for a hit and run homicide in Laurel turned himself in Sunday afternoon.
The Laurel Police Department obtained an arrest warrant on a charge of first degree murder for 27-year-old Antione Kaliph Cauley. Police say Cauley was responsible for the March 28 death of 24-year-old Matthew Calvin.
At 9:48 p.m., police responded to the 7630 block of South Arbory Lane for the report of a vehicular homicide. Upon arrival, police say they located Cavin underneath a vehicle and pronounced him dead on the scene.
Investigation revealed that the victim had been in an altercation with Cauley inside a home, which spilled into the parking lot in front of the residence, police say. Cauley was seen by witnesses striking Cavin with the front of his SUV and then fleeing the scene in the company of an African-American female.
The SUV was described as a white or champagne colored vehicle, possibly a Ford Expedition, according to police.
Cauley is facing first degree murder charges in the death of Matthew Cavin. Police said Cauley is being processed and will be taken to the Hyattsville Court Commissioner for a bond hearing.