According to the release, Timothy Wells, 25, of Woburn, has refused to waive rendition and is currently being held without bail in the Columbia County Jail in Hudson, N.Y., on a fugitive from justice charge.
Wells is accused of stabbing a woman on one of the university's shuttle busses before stabbing the bus driver when he attempted to intervene.
At his arraignment in New York, Wells was ordered held without bail on two counts of assault with intent to murder and two counts of assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, a knife.
An extradition warrant from the governor is necessary to extradite a fugitive. On the issuance of a warrant, a demanding state obtains authority to take a fugitive and try him/her under its jurisdiction, according to this explanation on USLegal.com.
Check back with Salem Patch for updates as information is released.