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Daniel Proctor to be extradited to Florida

Daniel Proctor (Source: Madison County Sheriff) Daniel Proctor (Source: Madison County Sheriff)
LEE COUNTY, FL (WAFF) -

Florida authorities will soon begin the extradition process for Daniel Proctor.

The Lee County Sheriff's Department has a warrant for his arrest on murder charges.

Proctor is currently serving a life sentence in Alabama for grand theft.

Investigators said he is suspected of killing his wife, Amy Patterson, a Huntsville native.

Patterson was reported missing from her Florida home in the summer of 2011.

Investigators said Proctor led them to her body in some woods in Lee County.

Authorities want to extradite Proctor as soon as possible.

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