An Arizona man waives extradition back to Illinois in connection with a Quincy murder case.

During a brief hearing in Maricopa County, Arizona, 20-year-old Steson Crider signed the paperwork to start the process of his extradition to Adams County.

Crider is charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of 12-year-old Rayshone Humphrey, Jr. March 28.

Authorities in Adams County have 30 days to bring Crider back to stand trial.

Steson Crider’s father, step mother and half brother have also been charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice in connection with the case. The three are alleged to have helped Crider dispose of a gun and leave the state after the murder.