Police arrested Brandon Paine-Smith at a house on 22nd Street SE.
Salem Police were looking for 26-year-old Brandon Paine-Smith and 20-year-old kayla Jo Holden in connection with a fatal hit and run in the parking lot of the Lucky Fortune restaurant.
The crash killed 68-year-old Kow Cheung-Lin, an owner of the business who was standing in the parking lot.
Salem Police Officer Kyle Stalder got a tip that Paine-Smith was staying at a residence in the 500 block of 22nd St SE.
Officers from the Salem Police Department surrounded the residence at about 3:45 Wednesday morning and after brief negotiations, Paine-Smith was taken into custody without incident. The resident there, 46-year-old Kimberly Doan was arrested for Hindering Prosecution.
Paine-Smith has been charged with Manslaughter I, Assault II, Failure to Perform the Duties of Driver to Injured Persons, and Parole Violation. He has been lodged at the Marion County Correctional Facility.
The Salem Police Department is still looking for Kayla Jo Holden. Holden was a passenger with Paine-Smith when they fled the Lucky Fortune. Holden is described as a white female, 5'04", 155 pounds, with brown shoulder length hair that had been dyed red and hazel eyes. Holden has a felony warrant for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle.