Fugitive refuses extradition to North Carolina, systematic held

A refugee from probity wanted in tie with a slaying of a military officer in North Carolina was systematic hold in Rhode Island after refusing to relinquish extradition behind to a state.

Thursday’s record in Warwick District Court meant that it will now be adult to authorities in North Carolina to find a lapse of 23-year-old Irving Fenner.

Fenner was arrested in Coventry on Wednesday following a statewide manhunt. He’s wanted on charges of first-degree murder stemming from a deadly sharpened of 38-year-old Shelby military Officer Tim Brackeen on Saturday.

Cleveland County District Attorney Mike Miller says his bureau will find a genocide chastisement opposite Fenner.

Fenner will subsequent seem on Oct. 14 for a standing refurbish on his extradition.

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