Man arraigned for deadly Dorchester hit-and-run

A Billerica man who allegedly caused the death of 41-year-old Guy Beaubrun in a hit-and-run in Dorchester earlier this month was arraigned Wednesday, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley's office.

At his arraignment in Dorchester Municipal Court, Mark Lundy, 24, faced charges of motor vehicle homicide by reckless operation, leaving the scene of a crash causing personal injury or death, operating with a suspended license, and a marked lanes violation.

According to prosecutors, Beaubrun was driving a 2012 Honda motorcycle in the early morning hours of July 8. At about 1:30 a.m, in the area of 141 Bowdoin St., a car him struck him and fled the scene, police said.

Beaubrun was transported to Boston Medical Center, where he died of his injuries.

Police identified Lundy's vehicle from private and publicly-owned security camera footage and witness statements. They secured an arrest warrant charging Lundy – whose driver’s license is currently suspended – as the person operating it at the time.

Lundy was arrested by MBTA Transit Police officers early Wednesday morning and arraigned later that day. Judge Serge Georges set bail at $25,000 and ordered Lundy to remain in Massachusetts and submit to GPS monitoring in the event of release on bail. He returns to court Aug. 22.