The fugitive arrested in Madison after an eight-hour manhunt Thursday waived his right to an extradition hearing Tuesday.
Paris Poe, wanted by the FBI in connection with a federal homicide investigation, remains in the Dane County Jail until he is moved to Chicago. Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne said there is no date set for that move.
Meanwhile, the FBI has yet to decide who ? if anyone ? will receive the $20,000 reward offered for information leading to Poe?s arrest.
Joan Hyde with the FBI in Chicago told News 3 the agency doesn?t identify anyone who gets paid for their tips, and the process of deciding how to distribute reward money can take any amount of time.
?They should announce that the reward has been given so that no one who possibly called in is thinking that they're eligible for a reward,? Teri, who called in a tip Thursday, said.