Suspects in couple's death won't fight extradition to Arizona - Tucson News Now

Suspects in couple's death won't fight extradition to Arizona

Posted: Updated:
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three people, arrested in Nevada in connection with the deaths of an elderly Tucson couple, could soon be back in Tucson to face charges. 

Tucson Police tell Tucson News Now that 20-year-old Kyle Drattlo, 23-year-old Christopher Terry and 21-year-old Brianna Harding have agreed not to fight extradition to Arizona.

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is making arrangements to transport them back to Tucson.  The three are charged with the alleged murder of Erskin and Louise Fulgham that happened one week ago in the elderly couple's home near Grant and Swan.

The Fulghams' car was missing, which is what led to the three suspects being arrested; as they were caught in that missing vehicle a day after the deaths, in southern Nevada. 

According to a family member, one of the suspects, Kyle Drattlo is the Fulghams' grandson.

Copyright 2013 Tucson News Now All rights reserved

Powered by WorldNow