An Antioch, Tennessee man with a local criminal record is back in jail facing new felony charges.
The Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Department arrested 25-year-old Malik Mingo and charged him with cyberstalking and intimidating a witness.
Lt. Jon Davis said the new charges were connected to one of Mingo's previous cyberstalking charges.
"He has an extensive record with us," Davis said.
Mingo already has at least two separate felony charges pending in circuit court. He was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of credit card fraud from an incident in 2017 and one count of sexual battery in January.
Ming was initially placed in a pre-trial diversion program to deal with the fraud charges in 2017, but he violated conditions of the program and was removed.
His removal came after he was arrested in September, 2018 and charged with sexual battery.
Mingo's aliases include "Mellow Davis" and "Mellow Hendrix."
Bond for Mingo was set at $25,000, and he posted bail.
Davis confirmed that his case will appear before a grand jury regarding the new cyberstalking and intimidating a witness charges, but no date has been set.