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The man accused of killing a young Oregon woman, kidnapping a second woman and stealing a car with three people still inside, remains in the Tehama County Jail in Red Bluff. Edwin Lara, 31, a campus safety officer at Central Oregon Community College, is being held without bail. He is not being held on local charges in Red Bluff.
Authorities are not saying when Lara will be extradited back to Oregon to face charges in the murder of 23-year old Kaylee Sawyer of Bend. Lara is also wanted for the kidnapping of another woman in Oregon and is accused of shooting a man, along with carjacking a car with three people inside in Yreka.
The CHP arrested Lara Tuesday in southern Tehama County, after police say they got a ping on his phone on Gibson Road.
Meantime, dozens filled Discovery Park in Oregon to remember Kaylee Sawyer. Her uncle said she was smart, fun and had an infectious smile. Kaylee was a dental assistant and the oldest of five siblings.
District Attorney Greg Cohen says, as of late Wednesday afternoon, he had not received paperwork for Lara's extradition to Oregon, but a decision could be made as early as tomorriow.
On a side note, Lara's wife, is an officer with the Bend Police Department. Isabel Ponce-Lara, reported him Monday as possibly connected to Sawyer's disappearance, after her husband said he accidently struck Kaylee with his car, but hid her body and belongings to cover up the crime. Ponce-Lara is reportedly not suspected to have involvement with the Sawyer case.
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