Posted: Sep 27, 2013 4:46 PM by Victoria Fregoso - MTN News
HARDIN - The Idaho fugitive who was captured and arrested in Big Horn County Wednesday night will face a judge on Oct. 2.
The search for Rodney Lee Seiber, 36, began in Montana this past Monday when he ran from deputies in Hardin.
Chief Deputy Big Horn County Attorney, David Sibley said the county will not press any charges against Seiber for his activity here in Montana.
Seiber has been on the run since Sept. 18 after he allegedly carjacked someone at knife point in Nampa Idaho.
During next week's court appearance Seiber will have the ability to waive extradition and return to Idaho where he faces a slew of charges including robbery and grand theft.
Authorities located and took Seiber into custody Wednesday evening on the Crow Reservation near Garryowen.
He is currently being held at the Big Horn County jail.