TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- A man facing charges in connection with a triple homicide in Quebec has been captured in Florida -- but may not be brought home to face justice any time soon.
Quebec provincial police say a request to have Justin Bresaw extradited is underway but it's not clear when he will be returned to Canada.
Bresaw is also facing charges related to his arrest in Florida, including resisting an officer with violence and battery on an officer.
Marc Tessier, a spokesman for Quebec provincial police, says Bresaw will first have to undergo due process in the United States.
The 35-year-old Bresaw was the subject of a Canada-wide arrest warrant and an alert by Interpol after a house fire last month in Amos, a town in northern Quebec.
He is facing first-degree murder charges in relation to the two men and a woman found dead in the home.
After eluding police for over two weeks, Bresaw was spotted in Tallahassee, Fla shortly after 1 a.m. on Sunday charging a laptop in an electrical outlet behind a church.
Bresaw gave a false name to police at first and managed to flee the scene after giving his real name.
An officer who tried to arrest Bresaw was left with a gash on his face and a broken nose after he fell into a metal support beam during a tussle.
Bresaw was eventually tracked down three hours later, hiding underneath a house. K-9 dogs and a helicopter were used to find him.
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