According to a press release sent by the San Francisco Police Department, an arrest has been made in a Haight Street stabbing that left one man dead.

It was 4 a.m. on Thursday, November 13 when police were called to the 200 block of Haight Street, which is near Laguna Street. When they arrived, they discovered 20-year old Malcolm Armstrong suffering from stab wounds to the chest and a laceration to his throat. He was rushed to San Francisco General Hospital, where he later died.

At the time, police said that there were multiple witnesses to the slaying, but that they were having trouble identifying a suspect. That's apparently been resolved, however, as according to police, 24-year old Jonathan Dean (pictured above) has since been arrested for the slaying, and was booked on homicide charges and an unrelated warrant.

San Francisco District Attorney's Office spokesperson Alex Bastian says that Dean was charged with murder, and pled not guilty to the charge this Wednesday. Dean remains in custody on $2 million bail, and is expected to return to court on January 5, 2015.

Previously: San Francisco's Homicide Count Rises To 35 In 2014