A fugitive from Alabama has been arrested in Oxford, according to the United States Marshals service.
Bradley Glenn, who was wanted by the Mobile County (Alabama) Sheriff’s Department on a rape charge, was arrested at approximately 3 p.m. Monday by U.S. marshals.
Authorities learned of Glenn’s whereabouts Monday, and the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force determined that he was working in Oxford. After multiple interviews and a canvassing of the area, officers located and arrested Glenn without incident at a construction site on Jackson Avenue.
Glenn was transported to the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department to await extradition back to Alabama.