MARK RED­WINE WON’T FIGHT EX­TRA­DI­TION

The Denver Post - - NEWS - — Kieran Ni­chol­son, The Den­ver Post

Mark Red­wine, a sus­pect in the dis­ap­pear­ance and death of his 13-year-old son, Dy­lan, waived on Tues­day his right to ex­tra­di­tion hear­ings in Wash­ing­ton state and will be re­turned to Colorado.

Red­wine was ar­rested July 22 in Belling­ham, Wash., af­ter a La Plata County grand jury is­sued an in­dict­ment for sec­ond-de­gree mur­der and child abuse re­sult­ing in death. Red­wine, a crosscoun­try trucker, was named a per­son of in­ter­est in the case nearly two years ago.

“He will be re­turn­ing to Colorado posthaste,” La Plata County sher­iff’s spokes­woman Me­gan Gra­ham said.

Dy­lan dis­ap­peared in Novem­ber 2012 while vis­it­ing his fa­ther’s home in Val­lecito. In 2013, some of the boy’s re­mains were dis­cov­ered about 8 miles from Mark Red­wine’s home.

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