Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Reimer extradited to Idaho

Attempted-murder suspect held in Gooding County Jail

Express Staff Writer

Deborah A. Reimer

Attempted-murder suspect Deborah A. Reimer was extradited to Blaine County last week from the Oklahoma town where she was arrested on Nov. 12 after six days on the run.

Reimer was returned to the Blaine County Jail on Friday evening after being picked up earlier that day in Pryor, Okla., by US Extradition Service LLC, a nationwide prisoner-transport company in Austin, Texas. Gordon Brooks, the company's director of operations, said arrangements to transport Reimer were made through the Blaine County Sheriff's Office.

Reimer made a brief court appearance Monday in Blaine County Magistrate Court, where court personnel said she was formally notified that her bond had been raised to $1 million. She was then transported to the Gooding County Jail, where she was previously held before being released on a $50,000 bond on Oct. 3.

"She's back in my custody," Gooding County Sheriff Shaun Gough said Tuesday. "We have room for females, they don't—that's why we're housing her here."

Reimer has been charged in Blaine County 5th District Court with second-degree attempted murder for allegedly firing two shots at her former boyfriend Bob Dreyer at his home in southern Ketchum on July 18.

After posting bail, Reimer was living with a friend in Gooding. She was required to wear an ankle-monitoring bracelet and to check in daily with the Gooding County Sheriff's Office.

On Nov. 6 she disabled and removed her ankle-monitoring bracelet while in Twin Falls and was a fugitive until located six days later by Pryor police at the town's Holiday Motel.

Jury trial for Reimer is scheduled to begin Jan. 15, 2008, and is expected to last about five days.

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