A driver wanted for hitting and killing a 9-year-old girl is now in custody in San Antonio.
Isidro Solis was captured at the border on Friday night while trying to make his way back to the U.S. on Friday night.
San Antonio Police Chief William McManus was present as Solis was escorted to the magistrate's office.
McManus said that Solis initially did make it across the border to Mexico, but when he tried to come back to the U.S., he was caught.
McManus said when Solis gave his name and birthday at the border, a warrant popped up and was taken into custody by Laredo police.
Solis is accused of hitting and killing Tatyana Babineaux with his truck last week and never stopping to help her.
McManus said the fact that he didn't stop was a "cold act."
"Today brings a little bit of closure to this for the department and the family," said McManus. "It's a small measure of closure, but nonetheless, I'm happy we have him in custody."
McManus said Solis will face a second-degree felony charge of failure to stop and render aid where there is a death.