CUMMING, Ga. (AP) — Mexican authorities returned a 32-year-old man to stand trial for charges in connection with a 2010 murder case.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation told news outlets that Jorge Montiel was taken into custody Tuesday. He is accused of killing Maria Hernandez-Reyes, who was found dead in her home in northern Georgia in 2010.

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The GBI says arrest warrants were taken out against Montiel for burglary, aggravated sodomy and murder. Montiel was returned from Hidalgo, Mexico, to Cumming, Georgia.

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Montiel left for Mexico before the warrants could be executed, and international extradition was authorized for him.

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Authorities took Montiel to the Forsyth County Detention Center.