Piedmont wealth manager charged with manslaughter, hit and run


Defendant’s wife injured in crash; she identified him and said he had been drinking, authorities say

A 64-year-old East Bay man has been charged with not only killing a pedestrian in a hit-and-run crash but leaving his own wife at the scene — and authorities say the woman later helped turn in her husband.

Timothy Hamano, a wealth manager and Piedmont, Calif. resident, was charged with vehicular manslaughter along with an enhancement alleging he fled the scene of the May wreck in Oakland, Calif. His wife later identified him as the driver and told authorities he’d been drinking all day, though by the time police arrested Hamano it was too late to conduct a usable blood-alcohol test, according to court records.

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