Two men have been charged with harbouring a 20-year-old driver accused of killing a woman in a Melbourne crash.
The man was wanted over the collision at Oakleigh on Monday that killed cardiac nurse Lynda Hansen but it took police three days to track him down after he allegedly fled the scene.
A 21-year-old Glen Waverley man has been charged with harbouring a known offender, theft of a motor vehicle, drug possession and committing an indictable offence while on bail.
A 26-year-old Blackburn South man has also been charged with harbouring a known offender as well as weapons offences and outstanding warrants.
They are due to appear at Ringwood Magistrates' Court on Friday.
The alleged driver of the car in the fatal crash was arrested on Thursday at a Blackburn South property.
He is charged with culpable driving, dangerous driving causing death, failure to stop after a collision with a fatality, failure to render assistance after a fatal collision, car theft and driving while disqualified.
He is scheduled to face Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Ms Hansen's family said the 53-year-old was a "very caring and family orientated" person.
"Lynda leaves behind many shocked and devastated friends and family members," the family said in a statement.