Othal Wallace, the man suspected of shooting Daytona Beach police officer Jason Raynor Wednesday night, is still being held in a Georgia prison, officials said Sunday.

It is unclear when Wallace will be extradited to Volusia County, officials at the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office in DeKalb, Georgia. The suspected shooter is being held at DeKalb County Jail without bail.

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Othal Wallace is arrested early Saturday morning in a wooded area in DeKalb County, Georgia.  He is charged with shooting Daytona Beach Police officer Jason Raynor in the head Wednesday night.

Wallace is charged with the attempted first degree murder of a law enforcement officer and the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in the shooting of Daytona Beach Officer Jason Raynor Wednesday night.

Raynor, 26, was on patrol behind an apartment complex on 133 Kingston Avenue when he met Wallace around 9 p.m. and was radioing in suspicious activity, officials said.

Police said that after the dispatchers hadn’t heard from Raynor for several minutes after his last radio message, an officer checking his welfare found him shot behind the apartment complex.

Raynor was admitted in critical condition to Halifax Health Medical Center, where he was operated on. On Saturday, Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young said Raynor’s condition had improved enough that doctors were comfortable doing more tests on the officer.

Daytona Beach Police spokesman Messod Bendayan spoke about Raynor’s condition on Sunday.

“Officially no change (as of Saturday),” said Bendayan.

On Wednesday, Wallace managed to escape a tight perimeter set by at least 500 responding law enforcement officers who had closed the entire east side of the Volusia district.

Early Saturday, the suspect was found hiding in a tree house in DeKalb County, near Atlanta, Young said.

Wallace was heavily armed. Chief Young said Wallace had multiple lightning bolts, rifle plates, body armor, two rifles, two handguns and several boxes of ammunition when police found him in the tree house.

According to the prison’s automated intelligence service, updated at 11:33 am on Sunday, “the inmate is not responsible for this charge.”

Meanwhile, community support for Officer Raynor, which Young described as “overwhelming,” continued over the weekend.

A GoFundMe formed two days ago at 3 p.m. on Sunday to raise funds for Raynor had raised $ 257,776 of the planned $ 500,000.

And at the community level, a Bayberry Lakes community resident set up a lemonade stand on LPGA Boulevard to raise funds for Raynor.

People came on bicycles and some drove from Orlando, Apopka and Melbourne to support a lemonade stand set up in the Bayberry Lakes community on LPGA Boulevard in Daytona on Sunday to raise money for Daytona Beach Officer Jason Raynor.  Raynor was shot in the head while on patrol Wednesday night and is recovering at Halifax Heath Medical Center.People came on bicycles and some drove from Orlando, Apopka and Melbourne to support a lemonade stand set up in the Bayberry Lakes community on LPGA Boulevard in Daytona on Sunday to raise money for Daytona Beach Officer Jason Raynor.  Raynor was shot in the head while on patrol Wednesday night and is recovering at Halifax Heath Medical Center.

Firefighters, law enforcement officers, and Walmart employees also gathered at Walmart 1699 N. Woodland Blvd. in DeLand to raise funds for Raynor and the Children’s Miracle Network.

At 1:30 p.m. at the Elderberry Lane and Bayberry Lakes Boulevard lemonade stand, many people, some from Orlando, Apopka, and Melbourne, came to support the effort, said Bill Kamer, one of the organizers of the lemonade stand ride.

Uniforms and plainclothes officials also stopped to show their support, Kamer said.

Kamer, a retired U.S. Army veteran, said the initiative was to support Raynor.

“Just to support our heroes,” said Kamer. “You know we have an injured hero right now, and we’re out here to support him and his family.”

Kathy Fisher, of Ormond Beach, volunteered to help the lemonade stand to raise funds for Raynor. She said people showed up while the stand was being set up.

“To show love for Officer Raynor and his family,” Fisher said when asked why she volunteered. “I mean, this is a lot to go through and we just want people to know that there are good people out here.”