DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – Mark Redwine is waiving extradition and will be brought back to Colorado to face charges in the death of his son Dylan.
Officials with the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the news Tuesday.
Mark Redwine was arrested near the end of July and charged with his son’s murder following a grand jury indictment.
Police body cameras captured the arrest in Washington.
“Our patience has paid off, we now believe we have the evidence we need,” La Plata County District Attorney Christian Champagne said following the arrest.
Dylan Redwine disapppeared in Nov. 2012 during a court-ordered visitation at his father’s home in Durango. Dylan, 13-years-old at the time of his murder, was staying at his father’s resident for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Dylan messaged his mother in Colorado Springs when he arrived at his father’s house on Nov. 18. He also texted a friend in Bayfield and made plans for the next morning. He was not heard from again.
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