Antijuan Smith, 40, is now being held in the Erie County jail on charges of kidnapping, assault, domestic violence, inducing panic, theft, menacing by stalking, intimidation of victim and telecommunications harassment, as well two counts of failing to appear in court, and a Sheffield Police warrant.
In September 2008, Smith allegedly forced an ex-girlfriend to drive him around town while carrying a knife and possible explosive device. Smith was waiting inside her vehicle when she left work, and he threatened to use his weapons on her if she didn’t comply with his demands, police said.
About one month later, Smith turned himself in on outstanding warrants for his alleged crimes but never showed up at court, a Sandusky police report said.
On Friday, U.S. Marshals caught him in Columbus, police said, and handed him over to Sandusky officers.
According to jail documents, Smith’s most recent address is listed in Columbus.