Nevada woman waives right to extradition hearing

RENO, Nev. - (AP) - A 57-year-old Nevada woman arrested for an alleged parental abduction 26 years ago has waived her right to an extradition hearing and will be returned to New Jersey to facecriminal charges.

Nancy Dunsavage Fielder of Incline Village waived her rights inSparks Justice Court on Friday during a video hookup with theWashoe County Jail in Reno.

Jack Bennett of the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office in NewJersey says authorities will travel to Reno next week to pick herup. She's accused of fleeing with her 6-year-old daughter during abreak in a custody hearing in 1984.

She was arrested Tuesday night at her home near Lake Tahoe,where she's been living with her daughter, who is now 32 andapparently never knew her mom was wanted.

NJ girl who disappeared 26 years ago turns up in Nevada

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