Arrest Made In The Band Perry Threats


Yesterday we reported that sibling trio The Band Perry postponed a July 3 Delaware show following threats that were made to the band, its fans, and venue employees. Today, news has emerged that a related arrest was made in the case.

Dzmitry N. Papou of Selbyville, Delaware turned himself in last night, facing charges of felony terroristic threatening. He was released on $20,000 unsecured bail.


Though there is no word about what threats were made, Papou and another male spoke to a worker at the venue during the afternoon of the scheduled event, creating cause for concern and precaution.

The Band Perry’s show was rescheduled for August 17.

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