WASHINGTON D.C. – Kyle Odom, the man suspected of shooting Pastor Tim Remington in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on March 6 before fleeing to Washington D.C., had his first court appearance Wednesday and was ordered to be extradited back to Idaho.

Judge Lee F. Satterfield ordered Odom be extradited to Idaho to stand charges for his crimes. He is facing a charged of Attempted First Degree Murder. It is unclear when he will be back in North Idaho. The US Marshal's service will be in charge of bringing Odom back.

Odom is accused of shooting Pastor Remington multiple times while Remington walked to his car after service at the Altar Church in Coeur d’Alene. Odom was able to board a plane and fly across the country before he was arrested just outside of the fences of the White House.

He allegedly threw various materials including flash drives over one of the fences at the White House. It is not exactly clear what charges Odom would have faced in DC.

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Remington suffered multiple injuries in the shooting and was recently re-admitted to the hospital after suffering a mini-stroke.