MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A man wanted in connection to a homicide in Las Vegas last month was arrested Wednesday night in southern Minnesota.

The Rice County Sheriff’s Office says the arrest happened at a truck stop on Interstate 35, about 15 miles north of Faribault.

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Deputies responding to a suspicious vehicle found the car’s owner was wanted in connection to a homicide in Nevada on Feb. 28.

Deputies tried to make contact with the driver but he ignored them. In response, a tactical team used “chemical aerosol and other non-lethal tactics” to get the man out of the car, but the man still didn’t budge.

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Shortly before midnight, officers made their way into the car and pulled the man out.

Officers arrested him and medical crews brought him to a local hospital for treatment. He was later taken to a hospital in the Twin Cities, where he was listed in stable condition, the sheriff’s office says.

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The man is being held on the Nevada warrant pending an extradition hearing.