KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Murder suspect Sam Steel is back in West Michigan after a year long man-hunt and his arrest in Gwinnett County Georgia last month.He is scheduled to be formally charged today in Kalamazoo District court with Open Murder, Assault with intent to murder and several gun felonies.Steel and Harry Mathews were identified as the prime suspects in the murder of Milo Conklin in April of last year. Mathews was picked up immediately. Steel headed south, apparently using his contacts in the dog-fighting community to remain free, until his capture.It was by tracking his cache of dog sperm at a sperm bank, that the FBI Fugitive Task Force and Public Safety was able to locate him in Georgia and make the arrest. Steel first came to the attention of Public Safety because of his alleged involvement in the breeding of pit bulls for dog fighting in Kalamazoo.He waived extradition. The judge will hold a bond hearing today too, but it’s expected to be denied given his year on the run and the seriousness of the crime.