FAIRFIELD (CBS SF) — A 31-year-old Fairfield man was being held in Solano County jail for driving under the influence and murder after a hit-and-run collision claimed the life of a bicyclist Wednesday evening.

Fairfield police said officers were dispatched Wednesday evening to a collision between a vehicle and a bicyclist on North Texas Street near Wisconsin Street.

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Upon arrival, the officers discovered a 53-year-old Fairfield man suffering from fatal injuries. His identity was being withheld pending notification of next to kin.

The driver involved in the collision had fled the scene.

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Officers and dispatchers combed through the city’s camera system and located video of the collision, identifying the vehicle — a Nissan SUV — that was involved. They were able to track down the license plate number.

Investigators got a search warrant for the driver’s residence and an arrest warrant for him. Shortly after midnight, the driver — Nadhir Ghuzi — was taken into custody. The involved vehicle was also located in the garage and taken as evidence.

From the investigation, alcohol impairment and speed were believed to be a factor.

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Ghuzi was booked into the county jail for murder, driving under the influence and violating his probation. He was on probation for a prior DUI conviction.