MANCHESTER — A man on the run for four months after a deadly bar fight in downtown Manchester was captured in Waltham, Mass., on Monday and may face homicide charges, the U.S. Marshals Service in New Hampshire announced.

Jeffrey Snow, 29, was arrested on Monday without incident as he left a residence and got into a car near Moody and Derby streets in Waltham, authorities said. He was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant from Manchester police.

Snow was wanted following a fight outside the Central Street Ale House on Jan. 19.

According to newspaper articles at the time, Urban Cannon, 32, was found unconscious in an alley that runs between Central Street and Lake Avenue.

He was on life support and died on July 24. Friends called him “huggable.”

“Everyone in Manchester knew him,” Tammy Gordon said at the time. “He’s that type of guy. Anything you need, he was there. He would never say no.”

Deputy U.S. Marshal Jeffrey White said it is possible that Snow could face homicide charges.

Snow went by an alias, Anthony Starr, and the nickname Stykks. The search for him spanned throughout New England, and he was listed as a Fugitive of the Week in September, which involves releasing information about the search to regional media. Recently, authorities came to believe he had been staying in Waltham.

White said U.S. Marshal deputies based in Massachusetts, and the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section, arrested Snow on a fugitive from justice warrant. White said Snow is in custody at the Middlesex County Jail.

Snow will appear in a Massachusetts court and will have to decide whether to return to New Hampshire voluntarily, White said.