According to the Times Union, police have made an arrest in the fatal hit and run that killed a National Guardsman a week and a half ago in Latham.

According to the story, Colonie Police arrested a 33 year old driver named Brian Tromans for the hit and run and charged him with leaving the scene of a fatal motor vehicle accident without report. This charge is a class D felony and carries a sentence of up to 7 years.

Police found Tromans car a 2016 Mazda CX-5 in Melrose after investigation over 900 similar cars that were sold in the area. It seems according to a story by the Times Union that they identified the vehicle after watching several surveillance videos from businesses in the area of the incident.

The arrest comes 10 days after the hit and run that took the life of retired Marine and current National Gaurdsman, master sergeant Rudolph E. Seabron.

Tromas is being represented by attorney Lee Kindlon who according to the Times Union said, "Mr. Seabron's death was a tragedy. But let me be clear — it was not a crime,"