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Man won't waive extradition in Oklahoma murder case

OSWEGO, Kan. (AP) _ A man wanted on a murder charge in Oklahoma is now in custody in Kansas.

Joshua Hill was arrested in Parson, Kansas, on a first-degree murder charge in the death of Stephen Means of Lenapah. Hill is accused of killing Means at his home either late Saturday or early Sunday.

Means' body was found in a creek by a highway worker near Oswego in southeastern Kansas.

Means' wife, Rhonda Robirds, was arrested Tuesday in connection with the killing.

An extradition hearing on whether Hill will be sent back to Oklahoma is scheduled for March 15th and Hill is being held without bail in the Labette County jail.
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