The man who led authorities on a three-state manhunt will soon return to Lubbock to face charges.
An Arizona judge has ordered that Jack Jordan be extradited to Lubbock. He will then go before the grand jury for charges of burglary of habitation with intent to commit a felony, and aggravated assault.
Jordan also faces charges in Terry County, Amarillo, and Arizona. You'll recall, Jordan was arrested in Arizona after a high-speed chase last week.
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