If Kansas authorities do not pick up Schlitterbahn co-owner Jeffrey Wayne Henry by next Tuesday, a magistrate judge will entertain granting bond.

If Kansas authorities do not pick up Schlitterbahn co-owner Jeffrey Wayne Henry by next Tuesday, a magistrate judge will entertain granting bond.

Henry, 62, waived any rights to fight extradition Wednesday afternoon in the 107th state District Court.

Authorities arrested Henry on Monday morning at his Brownsville home and booked him into the Cameron County jail. He faces one count of second-degree murder, 12 counts of aggravated battery and five counts of endangering a child, according to jail records.

Henry, along with a ride designer named John Schooley and Schlitterbahn’s private construction company, Henry & Sons Construction, are charged in an indictment unsealed Tuesday with reckless second-degree murder for the decapitation death of 10-year-old Caleb Schwab in 2016.

The child, who was the son of a Kansas state representative, was riding in a raft with two women on a 17-story water slide called Verruckt when it went airborne and struck a metal hoop that supported netting, according to the indictment. Verruckt is the German word for insane, according to The Associated Press.

Henry is accused of knowing the ride could cause someone’s death, and ignoring evidence in accident and maintenance reports that showed the ride should have been closed.