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“The whole time I observed him in the hospital he didn’t do any talking, laid in the bed, no tv on, you think when most people are at the hospital, they’ve got the TV on,” Sheriff Gosa said.
Larson had been staying in a hotel for a few days in Lewis County. Sheriff Gosa said they searched his hotel room and vehicle and didn’t find anything out of the ordinary.
This investigation isn’t over, but local authorities are relieved to have found Larson and to bring some comfort to those who knew and loved Lisa Shuler.
“Our condolences go out to the family of Lisa Shuler, her family and friends. What happened to her is just, it’s unspeakable. I know it had an effect on the officers that were involved, but we did the best that we could with this investigation,” Chief Laird said.
On Tuesday, Larson waived his extradition. He appeared via video from the Central Regional Jail in Sutton, WV. Local authorities now have 15 days to go down to Lewis County to bring him back up to Irondequoit to face charges.
Chief Laird also said he is thankful for all the agencies who helped in this investigation.
“It’s not just the Irondequoit Police Department that did this, this was law enforcement in Monroe County as a whole. It’s just any time you have a case of this magnitude, we just don’t do it on our own, we reach out to our partners and we are grateful for that, for that great working relationship that we have,” Chief Laird said.
Officials say they still don’t know the cause of death or a motive in this investigation.