Extradition hearing for Mark Redwine canceled unexpectedly

DENVER - The extradition hearing for Mark Redwine was unexpectedly canceled this week. 

Monday's hearing was meant for Redwine to waive extradition, which would have transported the alleged killer back to Colorado sooner rather than later, according to court documents obtained by our partners at Denver7. 

Whatcom County prosecutors were caught off guard when Redwine did not go through with the hearing. 

"We were led to believe the defendant was waiving extradition from his attorney, but it did not happen," Whatcom County Prosecutor Dave McEachran told Denver7.

Redwine was arrested in Washington on July 22 in connection to his son, Dylan's murder. 

Dylan was last seen in November of 2012. His remains were found at different times in the last 4 and a half years. 

Mark's next court date is scheduled for August 17. 


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