Remember back in January when the local crime pages and re-runs of A&E's Intervention overlapped after 30-year-old Joseph Minozzi, who once filled the role of the drug-addled boyfriend on the reality TV show, was found stabbed to death on Sixth Street. Today, Bay City News reports an arrest has been made in the case, which marked San Francisco's first homicide of 2012.

Last Wednesday, 42-year-old Charles Robertson of Fairfield (pictured) was arrested in connection with the January 12th slaying of Minozzi. Robertson was found in Sacramento after the local investigation called on the help of Federal Marshals. He's currently awaiting trial in town at the San Francisco County Jail.

Minozzi, you'll remember, was slain at Sixth and Stevenson streets, right outside of the city's newly-minted "Comfort Corner" around 2:30 a.m. The killing was also the first in 2012's wave of knife-involved incidents.

Previously: S.F.'s First Murder Victim Of 2012 Was On 'Intervention'