WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) — The man wanted in connection to a deadly Warren hit-skip investigation has turned himself in.

Phillip Honzu was arraigned on a felony charge Tuesday morning. He pleaded not guilty and a judge set his bond at $20,000.

Honzu returns to court in mid-January.

A warrant had been issued for his arrest last week in connection to a Dec. 2 accident that killed Roy Mason.

It happened at the intersection of East Market Street and Laird Avenue. Investigators said Mason was riding his motorcycle when the driver of a white Jeep Grand Cherokee ran a red light, hit Mason and took off from the scene.