A student at the University of Mississippi was arrested recently for allegedly making threats to faculty and staff.
On April 27, the University Police Department responded to a report of alleged threats made against university faculty and staff by a student, Kendrick Ford, 36.
Officers located Ford immediately after the incident and an investigation ensued.
On May 3, an arrest warrant was issued for Ford’s arrest for making a terroristic threat.
Ford was arrested by UPD and transported to the Lafayette County Detention Center where he is currently being held pending a bond hearing.