District Court Judge Greg Horne in Marshall, N.C., denied Malikah Shabazz's request for bond Tuesday, The Asheville (N.C.) Citizen-Times reported. Shabazz, 45, has waived extradition.
Shabazz was arrested Friday in Mars Hill on warrants from New York, where she faces numerous charges of swindling more than $55,000 via credit card fraud out of Khaula Bakr, 70, the widow of a bodyguard who was with Malcolm X when he was assassinated in 1965.
Horne gave New York authorities until March 4 to get Shabazz. If she is still in North Carolina then, he will reconsider bond, the Citizen-Times reported.
Shabazz's 13-year-old daughter has been in state custody since the arrest, and authorities are to trying to place her in a home in Asheville.
Prosecutor Virginia Thompson said the Queens, N.Y., District Attorney's Office "strongly" objected to bond for Shabazz, whom it considers a fugitive for the last 18 months.
Shabazz's attorney, Sean Devereux, said, "They knew where she was."
Shabazz has been in a long dispute with her sisters over the black leader's estate and unpublished works.
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