After being nabbbed coming off a bus...he is being brought back to face charges.
(AP) Authorities say a man accused in the shaking death of a 10-month-old baby in Laurelville has waived extradition, and will be brought back to the state to face charges.
Wayne Walker was arrested after he stepped off a Greyhound bus in Sacramento, California, on December 2nd. The 44-year-old Walker is charged with causing the death of his girlfriend's infant son in November.
The Logan Daily News reports that the Pickaway County sheriff has 10 days to bring Walker back to Ohio to face the murder charge.
Deputies say the child's 24-year-old mother called 911 to report that her infant son was unresponsive. The child suffered injuries consistent with shaken-baby syndrome, and died later at a Columbus hospital.