Randy and Evi Quaid were once again a no show at the Santa Barbara courthouse Thursday where they were expected to face charges stemming from their September arrest for burglary, defrauding an innkeeper and conspiracy.
RadarOnline.com has learned that the case has now been taken off of the calendar and that the Quaid's outstanding warrants will remain effective.
They will not be given another chance to appear voluntarily in court again, and if they chose to return to California they will be arrested.
Extradition papers are in the process of being prepared, they are expected to take 2 -3 weeks to execute.
The Santa Barbara DA, Lee Carter, told the judge, "I have no information regarding their whereabouts. I ask the court to take the case off of the calendar.
"It is my understanding that they do not have counsel, they did have counsel but they no longer do."
When asked by RadarOnline.com what will happen if the Quaid's do not return to California, Carter said, "If extradition is approved, we will go to wherever they are and bring them back--in custody"