Following his arraignment hearing, Maynard will be ordered held in Western Regional Jail until trial, Sparks said.
State Regional Jail Authority spokeswoman Ashley Bennett said she's not sure if Maynard would require follow-up medical care in jail.
Maynard had been in Cabell-Huntington Hospital after being wounded by a Mingo County sheriff's deputy following a chase that ended in Delbarton.
Authorities said Maynard shot Crum twice in the head from close range with a .40-caliber Glock pistol as Crum sat in his car eating lunch in Williamson on April 3.
Crum had been in office only three months, but had already begun a crackdown on drugs in Mingo County.
The relationship between Crum and Maynard is unclear, other than Maynard belonged to a Mingo County boxing club as a teenager and was coached by Crum. Authorities have said they don't think the shooting was related to Crum's anti-drug campaign.
Mingo Sheriff's Deputy Norman Mines shot Maynard after Maynard allegedly pointed a gun at him.
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