The extradition case for the North Florida teen accused in connection to his grandmother's death has been postponed until Wednesday afternoon.

Logan Mott, 15, was due to appear to in Buffalo's Family Court on Monday.

The teen was picked up by U.S. Customs and Border Protection last Friday after making an illegal U-turn on the Peace Bridge while attempting to cross in Canada.

Shortly after, officers learned he had warrant stemming from Neptune Beach, Florida for allegedly stealing his grandmother's car.

And then the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office let them know that Mott was also a person of interest in his grandmother's murder.

Despite this, Mott's mother and his attorney have adamantly emphasized that the teen is a "good kid."

"When I met him, my impression of him was that he was a 15-year-old boy, very polite, certainly doesn't seem capable of causing harm to anybody. He adamantly denies being involved in his grandmother's death. And I would just ask the public not to rush to judgment or jump to any conclusions until a thorough investigation has been conducted."

Mott's attorney says if his client is extradited, he will work with the family to determine whether or not he'll follow the case to Florida.