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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Southaven police said in a Facebook post that one person has been arrested in connection to terroristic threats made towards the Mid-South Fair.

Police said that a man was identified after the threats were made Friday, and that he was determined to live in Memphis. Once aware, detectives coordinated with their counterparts in Memphis and arrested a man, Darrius Marcellius Muldrow for making the threats.

Muldrow, 44, is charged in Shelby County as a fugitive from justice out of Mississippi.

Police information did not specify what kind of threat was allegedly made.

Because he was arrested in Memphis, he is facing extradition to Mississippi. Currently no bond information or court date is available.