Odom, facing attempted first-degree murder charges, will be extradited to Idaho
WASHINGTON, D.C. —
The man suspected of shooting a Coeur d'Alene pastor on March sixth, is coming back to Idaho.
Kyle Odom appeared in Washington, D.C. court Wednesday, where a judge ordered his extradition back to Idaho.
In the Gem State, Odom faces a charge of first-degree murder for shooting Tim Remington multiple times. It's unclear when Odom will be back in Idaho.
Odom was arrested in Washington, D.C. after throwing things over the White House fence.
Meanwhile, Pastor Remington is recovering from a minor stroke. Kootenai Health released him late Tuesday night. Remington's family says he got a blood clot in his lungs, and is now on blood thinners.
Remington's congregation at his church are hosting a charity auction at the Coeur d'Alene Resort on May first for Remington.