A documented gang member on probation turned himself in Saturday morning after being sought by police for a hit-and-run crash that killed two men outside a Santa Ana condo complex, police said.
Jorge Ocampo, 21, turned himself in to the Santa Ana Police Department about 12:30 a.m. Saturday and was booked on suspicion of vehiclular manslaughter, Santa Ana Police Cmdr. Jeff Owens told NBC4.
Police said Ocampo was behind the wheel Friday morning when his Audi sedan collided with a Nissan Versa at Fruit Street and Cabrillo Park Drive (map).
Officers arrived to find both cars on the sidewalk, pictured below.
The man in the Versa, identified as Alejandro Bravo, died at the scene. The Nissan passenger was taken to a hospital where he died.
He was identified as Jose Luna, a maintenance worker at The Redwoods.
As word spread of his death, residents remembered a man who they said simply did it all.
"If you needed to move something, he'd be there. If you needed to go somewhere, he'd be there to take you there," condo manager Nancy Valle said.
Through tears, Luna's daughter addressed a crowd of mourners who gathered at the condo complex Friday night to remember her father.
"I'm really gonna miss him," Stephanie Luna said. "He promised to walk me down the aisle. I was gonna get married right here."
Neighbors said the victims had become good friends. At an annual barbecue, Luna would bring the piñata and Bravo would handle grilling duties.
"He will be missed ... a lot," Valle said.
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