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Extradition hearing delayed again in Hannah Miller homicide

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Christopher Anderson

Christopher Anderson is charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the June shooting death of Hannah Miller.

Note: This story has been updated.

(WAOW) – The extradition hearing for the man accused of killing an Oneida County woman has been delayed again, this time until Nov. 11.

Christopher Anderson, 30, was arrested Sept. 7 in Carol Stream, Ill. He’s accused of killing Hannah Miller, 26, in late June on a rural highway in Oneida County.

According to Oneida County Sheriff Grady Hartman, it can take about 90 days for the extradition process to be completed.

After the shooting, Anderson disappeared, sparking a multi-state manhunt that included the FBI.

During their investigation, police officials said they uncovered information that another man, Seth Wakefield, plotted with Anderson in Miller’s death.

They said Wakefield, 24, knew of Anderson’s plans to kill not only Miller, but her parents as well, and that Anderson then planned to abduct the child he shared with Miller.

On two separate days before the shooting of Miller, officials said Wakefield conducted surveillance of Miller's apartment to let Anderson know if she was there. They also said that he anticipated receiving compensation for helping Anderson.

He’s charged with being party to the crime of first degree intentional homicide.

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