(CBS4) – The man dubbed “hatchet man” for making threats to hikers and bicyclists in El Paso County has been extradited to Indiana.

Daniel Nations went before a judge for an initial hearing in Johnson County, Indiana.

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Daniel Nations (credit: Johnson County, Ind.)

He was once a person of interest in the murders of two teenagers.

Nations is now accused of failing to register as a sex offender.

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Indiana authorities have interviewed Nations in connection with the murders of Abby Williams and Libby German in Delphi. Both were found dead after they didn’t return home from a hike last February.

Liberty German and Abby Williams (credit: CBS)

Daniel Nations pleaded guilty last month to threatening people with a hatchet on the Mount Herman Trail near Monument last September and was sentenced to three years of supervised probation. The death of a cyclist in that same area is still under investigation.

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State police in Indiana say they are not actively investigating Nations for the murder of the two young girls.