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Mom Extradited to Michigan After 32 Years as Fugitive

A suburban housewife arrested in San Diego 32 years after she escaped a Detroit prison is on her way back to Michigan to serve out her sentence on drug charges.

Officials at the Las Colinas Detention Facility say Susan Lefevre  was released early Wednesday morning and boarded a bus run by a private extradition service.

LeFevre's attorney Paul Denenfeld says he expects his client to arrive in Michigan within the next week.

The 53-year-old mother of three was arrested April 24 outside her home. Authorities say she never told her husband and children of her criminal past.

Michigan officials say LeFevre could be eligible for parole in 2013.

She plans to ask that her sentence be commuted.

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