Wichita man charged in girlfriend's death is extradited from Texas
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A 26-year-old man charged in the shooting death of a Wichita woman earlier this months has been extradited back to Sedgwick County following his arrest in South Texas.
Carlos Anderson-Honeycutt made his first court appearance Monday afternoon and was charged with first-degree murder. He's been in the Sedgwick County Jail since last Wednesday evening.
Anderson-Honeycutt was arrested near Brownsville on November 14, two days after his girlfriend, 24-year-old Brittnee Wicker, was found shot to death in a home near Pawnee and George Washington Blvd.
Wichita police believe Wicker's death was the result of domestic violence.
Brittnee's mother, Connie Wicker, told KAKE News that her daughter broke up with Anderson-Honeycutt the week before her death.
Anderson-Honeycutt's next court date is scheduled for December 8. He remains jailed on $2 million bond.