A man wanted in Juneau County on a homicide charge was arrested in Madison Saturday, Madison police said.
Acting on a tip, Madison police went to the 2700 block of West Beltline Highway just before noon, but as police arrived they learned the suspect, Kirk P. Knight, 35, of Baraboo, had just fled from a car.
A police dog sniffed inside the vehicle and led officers on a track from Todd Drive to McDivitt Road, then to Ashford Lane where Knight was found between two businesses, officials said.
When police told Knight to walk toward them he was on the phone and reportedly said, ?The police caught me. I?m going to jail,? according to the release.
Knight was wanted on a first-degree reckless homicide by the delivery or manufacture of heroin warrant out of Juneau County and a manufacture and delivery of heroin warrant out of Sauk County. He will also likely face charges in Dane County following the foot pursuit, officials said.