A man wanted by Duluth Police on warrants arising from a March 2013 death is in custody in Gwinnett County after extradition proceedings.
Robert Craig Sandman was booked into the Gwinnett Detention Center on Monday (Nov. 4) after being extradited from New Mexico. He was captured in mid-October in Albuquerque, N.M., by authorities serving a search warrant.
Sandman is being held in Gwinnett without bond on charges of theft by taking and probation violation. The warrants arise from a Duluth Police investigation into the March 2013 death of Donald Singer, a Monteath Pass resident.
Singer's body was found in the garage of his residence. No cause of death was determined by an autopsy.
During the investigation, personal items belonging to Singer, including a vehicle, were missing and appeared to have been taken, police said.
Sandman originally was captured in Sandoval County, N.M., in April, but he was ordered released in July after an apparent administrative error.