Enrique Solis-Garcia was arrested in California. He waived extradition last week, allowing him to be brought back to Oregon to face a charge of murder. He was in court on Friday, but has yet to enter a plea.
“His attorney wanted some time to receive police reports and discovery and become familiar with the case,” Senior Deputy District Attorney, Terry Smith-Norton says.
Solis-Garcia is accused of murdering Noemi Ruiz, the mother of his two children. He remains held without bail until his next court appearance in November.
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