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Topic - Stephen Sipes
A man suspected in 18 attacks in three states, including five fatal stabbings, was ordered held without bond Thursday in one of the cases after being extradited to Michigan.
Police in Michigan said Saturday they'll use the time it takes to return a man suspected in a three-state stabbing spree that left five men dead to work out logistics and address concerns for his safety.
"If we had received any type of threats to this individual, we would have pulled the plane into the hangar and closed the door," he said.
Elias Abuelazam is "not going to be brought back today, tomorrow or Monday," Michigan State Police Lt. Stephen Sipes told The Associated Press. "We have 15 days to get him back. There is no hurry at the moment."