Warren Jeffs is back in town. According to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office, he was released Wednesday evening from Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas and transported back to the county jail in Kingman.
MCSO is not releasing any information on Jeffs' condition.
"Our job is not to report his health. Our job is to make sure we have a well inmate," said Public Information Officer Trish Carter.
Jeffs was taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center and then flown to Sunrise Tuesday afternoon after officers found him in a weakened state, shaking and running a fever.
He attempted suicide while awaiting trial in the Purgatory Jail in Utah. He has been on a suicide watch and in isolation during his stay at the Mohave County Jail.
He also developed health problems from fasting. Jeffs has been eating sporadically during his stay at the Mohave County Jail, Carter said, but officials don't believe that his eating habits led to the hospital visit.
Jeffs has been in the Mohave County Jail since February awaiting trial on charges of being an accomplice to sexual conduct with a minor.
A hearing date set for Friday concerning the charges against him has been moved due to an on going jury trial. It is unknown if a new date and time has been set for the hearing.