September 15, 2014
ELKO, Nev. (AP) - A Utah woman arrested in Nevada in connection with a two-state crime spree has waived extradition to Utah where
she's a suspect in the killing of an elderly couple.
Angela Marie Hill, who's accused of shooting a female bodybuilder in the head during a Dec. 31 carjacking outside a Nevada casino, waived extradition during an appearance Friday in Elko Justice Court.
The Elko Daily Free Press reports that Logan McFarland, another suspect in the Utah slaying who was arrested along with Hill on Tuesday in eastern Nevada, told the judge he plans to fight extradition.
The two face charges in the shooting and carjacking in West Wendover, and are suspects in the earlier slaying of Woody and Ann
Fullwood during a burglary at their Mt. Pleasant, Utah, home.
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