Teen arrested in connection to homicides of Madison doctor, husband

MADISON (WKOW) - A Middleton teenager has been arrested in connection to the homicides of Madison physician Dr. Beth Potter and her husband Robin Carre.

Dane County Sheriff's records show 18-year old Khari Sanford was booked into the county jail Friday on the tentative charge of first degree intentional homicide.

The UW-Madison Police Department confirmed Friday morning that they had made an arrest, however they did not confirm Sanford as the suspect. Police said they would release more information later Friday.

Sanford is acquainted with a family member of the victims, a source told 27 News.

UW Police officials say a jogger found Potter and Carre Tuesday near the entrance to the UW Arboretum. The Dane County Medical Examiner's Office says the husband and wife were the victims of homicidal violence.

Last year, Sanford was charged with felony auto theft in Dane County. He was found responsible for the theft and admitted into a deferred prosecution program.

UW Police officials have yet to comment on Sanford's arrest.

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