Fargo Hammer Killing an Alleged Contract Hit

Nakvinda waived his extradition and is expected to be brought to Fargo within 10 days. At the hearing today, Oklahoma County District Judge Ray Elliot told Kirkpatrick he could be ordered to North Dakota if officials there demand his presence. An extradition hearing for Kirkpatrick is likely to come in the next 30 to 60 days.

Both suspects have lawyers but are not expected to enter pleas until they are in North Dakota, police said.

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