According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the change means Patel will be forced to spend a week in the high-security Multnomah County Detention Centre in downtown Portland before pleading his case before District Court Judge Dennis J Hubel. Patel, 57, is being housed in a separate cell to protect him from other inmates. FBI officers arrested him at his Portland home on Tuesday. Patel has been charged in Australia with 16 offences, including three counts of manslaughter. If Australia is successful in extraditing Patel, he faces up to life in prison if convicted of the charges.