Turner could be back in Iowa by Friday
A Bloomfield man accused of sexual abuse could be back in the Hawkeye state by the end of the week.
Officials in Olmsted County, Minnesota told KTVO Wednesday morning that Kenneth Wayne Turner had been arraigned and waived extradition back to Iowa.
That may clear the way for Turner to be returned to Davis County for a court hearing on later this week.
Turner was scheduled for a bond review hearing Wednesday morning in a Davis County courtroom. That hearing has been rescheduled for Friday Oct. 18 at 9 a.m.
Turner was picked-up in Rochester, Minnesota on Sunday on a bench warrant out of Davis County.
Turner was arrested in late September and charged with several counts of sexual abuse. He posted bond on that charge, but the original bond was revoked and replaced with a $100,000 cash only bond on October 9, prompting a four day search for Turner before he was arrested in Minnesota.
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