A Laurel man wanted for killing another man by ramming him with his SUV has turned himself in, police said.
Antione Kaliph Cauley, 27, walked into the Laurel police headquarters alone about 12:30 p.m. Sunday. He was wanted on charges of first-degree vehicular homicide in the death of Matthew Cavin, 23, Friday night. A lawyer for Cauley could not be reached for comment Sunday.
Witnesses told police an argument between the two men spilled out into a town house parking lot on South Arbory Lane in Laurel. Cauley was seen striking Cavin with the front of his SUV and then fleeing the scene with a female passenger.
Cavin's body was recovered from beneath a second vehicle and he was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun