DOVER, Del. (AP) — The Delaware man charged in federal court with conspiring to kidnap Michigan's governor has a long criminal history and received a pardon just last year from Delaware’s governor.
Barry Croft Jr. was being held Friday at a Delaware prison after being arrested by the FBI.
Records show Croft spent three years in prison after a 1997 conviction for possessing a firearm during a felony.
Gov. John Carney granted Croft a pardon last year for the 1997 gun charge and several other crimes.
The pardon was granted one week after state officials filed a tax lien against Croft for more than $36,700.