By Alex DeMetrick

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The manhunt that started last week after a 16-month-old boy was killed in Baltimore ended in a North Carolina hotel Saturday. Just a few hours ago, Wayne Anthony Green Jr. appeared in a Carolina courtroom.

Alex DeMetrick has details of the arrest and that courtroom appearance.

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Green was brought to court because Baltimore wants him brought back here for the death of 16-month-old Jermiah Perry.

Green’s run started last week when his car struck a Baltimore County police car. Chased into the city, his car then struck another vehicle, sending it into a bus stop and the stroller of 16-month-old Perry.

Amateur video captured the shock.

“He killed that little kid. He killed that little kid, man,” said one witness.

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Green went to Shock Trauma. He was left unguarded because charges had not yet been filed against him; when he was released, Green walked away and vanished.

“Obviously he has no remorse whatsoever, killin’ a one-year-old baby,” said Perry’s grandmother, Chrystal Perry.

Saturday, Green was tracked down to a Wilmington, North Carolina, hotel and arrested.

“Had a large sum of money with him and what’s even more disappointing about the whole situation, we believe he had help. We believe people helped him get out of Maryland and potentially go on the run and not take responsibility for this incident that claimed the life of a one and a half year old,” said TJ Smith, Baltimore City police.

Monday afternoon, Green made a brief appearance in a North Carolina courtroom, agreeing to waive extradition and return to Baltimore. For that return to happen, documents must first be signed by Green in court; that’s set for Tuesday.

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Green is facing a number of charges, including manslaughter and negligence by motor vehicle.