MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The man accused of kidnapping 4-year-old Rebecca Lewis appeared in court on Wednesday.
West Wild Hogs stood in silence as he waited to appear before a Shelby County judge.
Hogs nodded when asked if he'll sign a waiver, allowing him to be extradited back to Florida to face charges.
He agreed to sign a waiver, allowing him to be extradited back to Florida to face charges.
A spokesperson from the Polk County Sheriff's Office said they hope he'll be brought back by the end of the week, but being in the middle of paperwork after Wednesday's hearing, there's no set timeline.
The court appearance was his first since being booked in the Shelby County Jail on Monday.
The 31-year-old was arrested at Baptist East Hospital after being seen with 4-year-old Rebecca.
She had been missing since Saturday with former family friend Hogs being the key suspect.
A trail of sightings of the two ended in East Memphis.
"When I turned back around I was like positive that was that little girl from that picture," said Kaytlin Brown, the employee who spotted the pair on Monday.
Memphis Police said Rebecca was crying for her mom when they got to her.
Those tears turned to smiles Tuesday when the family was all reunited.
"Thank you for bringing me home," she said in front of reporters.
"I want to say thank you to you because without you, I don't know what this would've been," said Rebecca's grandmother when asked what she would say to Brown.
As for Hogs, he faces fugitive from justice and kidnapping charges in Florida.
The Polk County Sheriff's Office will be the agency handling the charges.
Warrants have been filed for kidnapping and stolen vehicle charges.
Hogs could also face more charges once the investigation wraps up.
His bond is currently set at $500,000.
The Polk County Sheriff's Office said he likely will not be given an option of bond once he returns to Florida.