Man accused of killing family refuses extradition back to North Carolina

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Billy Jo McLean

SANFORD, N.C. — Texas authorities said Monday that a Sanford man charged in the murders of his wife and teenage stepdaughter is refusing extradition back to North Carolina.

Billy Jo McLean, 54, was captured in Oldham County, Texas, Thursday night, ending a four-day manhunt. He accused of killing his wife Calandra McLean and his 13-year-old stepdaughter TaShonna Cameron.

The capture was the result of McLean’s 17-year-old stepson Tobias gaining access to Facebook where he found out about his family members’ deaths.

The two were on a road trip and the teen, reported missing by family members, was oblivious to the murders.

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