Rockefeller To Be Extradited, Faces Abduction Charges
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BALTIMORE -- A father accused of abducting his 7-year-old daughter has waived his right to a governor's warrant and will be extradited from Baltimore to face justice in Massachusetts.
Court officials say 48-year-old Clark Rockefeller signed the waiver before a hearing Monday on a fugitive warrant charging him with abduction of a minor child. He faces no charges in Maryland, where he was arrested Saturday.
Baltimore District Court Associate Judge Norman Braverman set an Aug. 15 date for a status hearing. Authorities from Massachusetts have 30 days to retrieve Rockefeller from Maryland.
He will be held at the Central Booking facility in Baltimore until his return to Massachusetts.
During his court appearance, Rockefeller was dressed in a blue polo shirt and khakis and wore handcuffs and leg irons. He did not speak and was not represented in court by an attorney.
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