SAN PABLO — A Bay Area native has been arrested on an outstanding murder warrant, nearly 14 years after he allegedly shot and killed a man during an argument over a card game in a San Pablo garage.

Mario Salinas Jimenez, 39, was arrested in Mexico and extradited to the United States to face charges that he murdered Manuel Velasquez, 30, of Richmond, on Sept. 20, 2009. Jimenez pleaded not guilty at his July 12 arraignment and is being held in county jail, records show.

Authorities say that Jimenez and Velasquez got into an argument over the card game, as well as money Velasquez allegedly owed Jimenez, just before Jimenez allegedly shot and killed Velasquez. The shooting occurred in a garage on California Avenue, police said.

Despite the arrest, Jimenez remains listed as an “armed and dangerous” fugitive on the city of San Pablo’s website, which theorized — apparently accurately — that he’d fled to Mexico.

Jimenez is next due in court Sept. 1 for a preliminary hearing in front of Judge Terri Mockler, who will review the prosecution’s evidence and determine if there’s enough to let the charges stick.