Timothy Ray Jones, Jr. is graphic during a Lexington County Detention Center in Lexington, South Carolina in this welfare photo
Timothy Ray Jones, Jr. is graphic during a Lexington County Detention Center in Lexington, South Carolina in this Sep 11, 2014 welfare photo.
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Authorities lay Timothy Ray Jones killed his children “willfully and maliciously”

A South Carolina male has been extradited to his home state, and requisitioned in tie with a deaths of his 5 children, after being arrested in Mississippi on Sept. 6.

Timothy Ray Jones, 32, was ecstatic behind to South Carolina on Thursday and requisitioned into a jail in Lexington County, a Los Angeles Times reported. Jones was stopped during a checkpoint in Raleigh, Miss., 6 days ago on guess of dipsomaniac driving. The clever smell of chemicals from his automobile led military to examine further, that led to a find of his children’s garments along with blood.

On Tuesday, Jones led law-enforcement officers to a mark only off a Alabama highway where they found a bodies of his 5 children, aged 1 to 8, in cosmetic bags. Authorities told a Times they trust he gathering roughly 700 miles by 4 states before finally transfer a bodies in Alabama.

According to warrants, Jones will face 5 murder charges for allegedly “willfully and maliciously” murdering his children in his Lexington home. He had primary control of a children from his ex-wife, who reported them blank on Sept. 3.

Jones is approaching to seem in justice on Friday.