Extradition Request Rejected for Randy & Evi Quaid
Authorities in Santa Barbara, have tried to return the couple for months. Chief Deputy District Attorney Lee Carter says U.S. State Department was notified last week that he would not seek extradition.
The Quaid was arrested in September in the coastal city and charged with causing more than $ 5,000 in damage to a house owned. They were no-shows at hearings and several were arrested in Vancouver, where the actor asked for asylum from a group called “the Hollywood star-Whackers.”
Carter says that “Independence Day”, the actor and his wife can be arrested if they return to the United States.