COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Robert Beck, the Columbus man charged in a shooting that happened at the local Cracker Barrel last Friday has reportedly waived extradition, according to Columbus Police Chief Fred Shelton.
Shelton says Beck is expected to return to Columbus within the next five days to face an aggravated assault charge and a new charge, felon in possession of a weapon.
Shelton says more charges could be added as this investigation continues.
Beck was arrested in less than 12 hours after the shooting incident.
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