GREAT FALLS, Mont. -

A former Great Falls man charged with killing a disabled veteran has waived extradition to Montana.
   
Cascade County Attorney John Parker tells the Great Falls Tribune that arrangements are being made to have Brandon Craft brought back to Great Falls.
   
Craft was arrested in Washington state in August and charged with deliberate homicide in the February death of 28-year-old Adam Petzack.
   
Court records say Craft confessed to shooting Petzack with a rifle and burying his body, pawning the rifle and selling his vehicle. Prosecutors say Craft provided information allowing investigators to recover Petzack's remains.
   
Craft's wife, Katelyn Craft, pleaded not guilty last week to an exploitation charge that alleged she took money from Petzack's bank account after his death. His veteran's benefits continued to be deposited into his account.