SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The sister of Nima Momeni, the man charged in the murder of Cash App founder Bob Lee, was arrested for DUI and hit-and-run in San Francisco on Monday, police say.
SFPD says officers responded to a vehicle collision on Geary St and Larkin St just after 11 a.m. and found the involved driver, Khazar Momeni.
Officers determined that Momeni, a 38-year-old San Francisco resident, was driving under the influence.
She was booked into San Francisco County Jail and charged with DUI, two counts of hit-and-run, failure to drive within the lane, and not providing insurance at the scene.
Khazar Momeni's brother Nima Momeni is a former tech executive charged with murder for allegedly stabbing Lee on April 4 in the Rincon Hill neighborhood in San Francisco.
Court records show Nima Momeni confronted Lee about his little sister Khazar in the hours before Lee was fatally stabbed.
Prosecutors have suggested that Nima Momeni was angry with Lee, after his sister allegedly partied with one of Lee's friends.
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