OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) - A Calhoun City motel manager was taken into federal custody for allegedly making threats against a state drug agent.
The FBI arrested Christopher Cook on Wednesday after someone filed a complaint.
According to the seven-page federal complaint, Cook threatened a Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics agent on his Facebook page.
The FBI says Cook went on a tangent against the drug agent who arrested him at his R&L Motel on drug charges in 2018.
Despite his acquittal on the state drug charges last year, the FBI says Cook still obsessed over the charges and posted the home address of the drug agent to social media.
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Cook posted a poem, which contained references to the names of the agent’s family members, the FBI added.
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