Updated Feb. 13 at 10:12 a.m.
A Livermore man was shot and killed early Monday morning in Hayward, according to a report from the Bay Area News Group.
At 4:27 a.m., police were called to a neighborhood on Seventh and C streets and found a man lying in the driveway of a home, dead from at least one gunshot wound, the report said.
Further details from the story by BANG Reporter Robert Solanga:
Not much was immediately known about the shooting, other than reports of a red vehicle speeding away following the gunfire. There were no other injuries reported and no suspects are in custody.
The victim, covered in a white sheet beneath a police awning, was identified only as Latino man in his 20s from Livermore who had been staying at the home where he was found for about a week. His name has not been released.
Last Wednesday, Feb. 8, of Cherryland.
The victim's roommate, 54-year-old handyman Michael Wyatt, turned himself in to police yesterday and is being held without bail at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. He is tentatively scheduled to be arraigned at the Hayward Hall of Justice on Wednesday afternoon.
Wyatt previously served 10 years in state prison on a manslaughter conviction for killing another roommate in Oakland, according to Alameda County Sheriff's Sgt. J.D. Nelson.
Anyone with any information on this morning's case is asked to call Inspector R. Lampkin at 510-293-7079, Inspector G. Jakub 510-293-7081, or Hayward police at 510-293-7000.
Patch will update this report as more information is made available. Bay City News contributed to this report