Police arrest federal fugitive at Conn. rest stop
DARIEN, Conn.—State police in Connecticut have arrested a federal fugitive who allegedly walked away from a halfway house in Illinois.
Police said the Secret Service told them Friday that 42-year-old Troy Eugene Stafford was believed to be at a rest stop off Interstate 95 in Darien.
Police said troopers and local police responded, confirmed it was Stafford and arrested him without incident. They said he will be turned over to U.S. Marshals.
According to reports, Stafford was indicted in 2006 after threatening the life of former President George W. Bush. He was serving his sentence in Marion, Ill.
It wasn't immediately clear when Stafford allegedly walked away from the halfway house. No further information was immediately available.