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UPDATE: Murder suspect awaits extradition to Florida

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Richard Shockley walked Eyewitness News around the Hamilton County Jail where murder suspect Jason Andrews, awaits extradition to Florida.

Andrews was picked up by U.S. Marshals Friday from the Chattanooga Billiards Club where he worked as a manager.

Shockley says because Andrews was wanted for such a violent crime, he was immediately placed in solitary confinement.

"If they come in here for homicide, agg robbery, or rape, they are put in a isolated situation," Richard Shockley says.

The third floor east of the jail is where he now sits. It also known as the Maximum Security Floor.

Shockley says he's monitored by scanning a red strip on the wall. "He will be in a cell 23 hours a day and locked down, with an hour's worth of recreation and maybe use the telephone."

Andrews, a known porn star, also posed as "DJ Veritas" according to his Twitter page.

His girlfriend, Amanda Logue, also wanted for the murder, is a known prostitute and adult film actress who goes by Sunny Dae.

According the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, the two planned out the murder of Dennis Abrahamsen well in advance.

In text messages, dating back to May 16th starting shortly after 4 am, Logue tells Andrews at a sex party, "I got some vinyl gloves."

Andrews replies, "I'm glad you're really committed to this take. Keep an eye for a knife, etc for me."

Logue would eventually massage Abrahamsen face down on a table and another series of messages followed.

Logue: "I'm getting him to play music. Be quiet when you come in."

Andrews would come in through the front door and that's when police say Abrahamsen's head was smashed with a sledgehammer.

Monday a Pasco County Sheriff's Office spokesperson told Channel 3 the two were arrested after using Abrahamsen's Home Depot credit card days after the murder.

That's when deputies questioned Logue about the murder.

Florida investigators say the extradition can take up to 30 days and Andrews has a court date set with Judge Sell on July 29th.

He will remain in solitary confinement until that day.

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