In an email to the Associated Press, upon hearing of Lodge's order, CCA spokesman Steve Owen wrote, "The Idaho Correctional Center was appropriately staffed at the time ... and we are confident we will prevail on this claim at trial."
When the North Idaho Violent Crimes Task Force approached Beier's RV this past weekend, authorities said Beier ignored their commands. When they threatened to use a K9 to roust him from the RV, officials said he surrendered.
Kyle Odom was escorted from D.C. to Idaho on Friday by U.S. Marshals and booked into the Kootenai County Jail in Coeur d'Alene, where he'll await a court hearing in Kootenai County Court on Monday, May 9.