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Suspect in Janesville killings to be extradited back to Wisconsin

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Marcus Randle-El

CHICAGO (WKOW) -- Marcus Randle-El, arrested in connection with the Feb. 10 homicide of two women in Janesville, waived extradition during a court hearing Tuesday in Chicago.

The 33-year-old Randle-El appeared in Cook County Court, according to the Cook County District Attorney's Office.

He will remain at the Cook County Jail overnight, then will be transferred to an Illinois Department of Corrections facility in Joliet because of a parole hold from a previous case.

There is no timeline yet for his return to Wisconsin to face charges in connection with the homicide of two women in Janesville.

Brittany N. McAdory, 27, and Seairaha J. Winchester, 30, were found shot about 3:15 a.m. on Midvale Drive on Janesville's northeast side. They later died at the hospital.

The two friends were last seen alive about 2 a.m. at the nearby travel center along Highway 14.

Their car was found about 4:30 a.m. along I-294 in Justice, Illinois. Police said they believe the killer escaped the crime scene and dumped it there.

Randle-El is facing charges of two counts of first-degree intentional homicide.

JT Cestkowski

Social Media Content Producer/Desk Editor

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