FARMINGTON -- Prosecutors sought and received one more week to speak with the victim in a kidnapping case.
Javier Antonio-Lopez, 25, appeared in 2nd District Court on Tuesday before Judge David Connors.
Deputy Davis County Attorney Cristina Ortega said investigators have located an address for the woman, whom police said Antonio-Lopez kidnapped Oct. 27.
"We have located her, but we need to talk to her and evaluate how she will cooperate," Ortega said in court.
Antonio-Lopez is in Davis County Jail on a hold from the U.S. Marshals Services on no bail.
Connors set another hearing for Tuesday.
"Hopefully, we'll have some sense of where we're heading with this case," Connors said.
Antonio-Lopez is charged with one count of first-degree felony child kidnapping, second-degree felony kidnapping and a class A misdemeanor failure to stop at the command of a law enforcement officer.
He is accused of abducting his estranged 25-year-old girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughter at Oak Hills Elementary School in Kearns on Oct. 27.
Clearfield police said Antonio- Lopez drove the woman and her child to Park City and back through Salt Lake, Weber and Davis counties.
The woman and her child begged Lopez to let them out of the car, but he refused and continued driving.
A Clearfield police officer spotted the car Lopez was driving and followed it.
When officers attempted to pull it over, Lopez drove the car off the road and then fled on foot to avoid being arrested.
He was later arrested and has been held in Davis County Jail since Feb. 8.