Can there be two towns within a state with the same name?
There can not be two towns with the same name in one state. The only exception is if the second town has two names or another name that distinguishes it from the first one.
Extradition laws do not apply WITHIN the same state. Extradition ONLY applies when moving a prisoner from one state to another state. Since every person within Georgia is subject to the same state laws, it is simply a matter of transferring the prisoner from one county to another within the same state. The law enforcement agencies themselves usually handle all such routine transfers within the state.