The Colorado man accused in the shooting death of a Fort Campbell Soldier Friday night on Fidelio Road has waived his right for an extradition hearing.
K-R-E-X TV in Colorado reports 24-year old Jarred Tabor Long is being held in the Mesa County Jail without bond until extradition takes place, but that Long will not fight it.
He is charged with murder after allegedly playing a part in killing 28-year old Vincent Goslyn, Jr. of Fort Campbell Friday night around 8:15 near the railroad tracks on Fidelio.
Goslyn’s wife, 25-year old Jessie Goslyn, appeared in Christian District Court earlier this week and a not guilty plea was entered on her behalf after she said she couldn’t afford an attorney.
One law enforcement official said Jessie Goslyn and Long were in a romantic relationship. Long fled the area after the murder and was arrested near a Mesa County Wal-Mart during a traffic stop.
Long will face arraignment in district court, once he arrives in Christian County.