It could take up to 90 days for a Livermore man arrested in Oregon to be transferred back into California, officials said.
Jacob Kober, 24, was arrested earlier this month in Springfield, Ore., in connection to the slaying of Robert Ogden — who was found dead at the Springtown Golf Course by a jogger on the morning of Dec. 29. He had been shot multiple times, police said.
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Kober has been in custody at the Lake County Sheriff's Department awaiting extradition and will be brought to San Rita Jail. Police said the extradition process can take up to nearly three months.
Livermore police believe Kober fled to Oregon after the Dec. 29 shooting. Kober and Ogden, 28, were acquaintances, authorities said.
Livermore police, citing an ongoing investigation, did not release what they believe was the motive for the killing.
Kober was a 2006 graduate of Granada High School, according to his Facebook page.
In June, Kober and two others were arrested in Danville on suspicion of burglary. Kober was charged with a probation violation, grand theft and possession of stolen property. He was also arrested on an outstanding felony warrant for burglary.