The Latest on the arrest of a man charged in the 1977 shooting death of a former immigration official and the shooting of a former mayor in Florida (all times local):

9:10 a.m.

An FBI spokeswoman says the location and time of a hearing for a fugitive arrested in the 1977 killing of a former immigration official and the shooting of a former mayor in Florida are still being arranged.

FBI spokeswoman Shelley Lynch in Charlotte, North Carolina, said in an email Friday that the man's alias likely will become public record at that hearing.

The FBI in Jacksonville, Florida, said in a news release Thursday that agents developed information that 67-year-old William Claybourne Taylor was living in Reidsville, North Carolina, under a false name. He's being held in a detention center in Guilford County.

Authorities say Taylor was indicted on charges in connection with the January 1977 shooting death of a former immigration official and the shooting of a former mayor of Williston, Florida.

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3:15 a.m.

Authorities say a man wanted for the 1977 killing of a former immigration official in Florida has been arrested in North Carolina.

The FBI in Jacksonville, Florida, said in a news release Thursday that agents had recently developed information that 67-year-old William Claybourne Taylor was living in Reidsville, North Carolina, under a false name. The release says he was taken into custody Thursday without incident and is being held in a detention center in Guilford County.

Authorities say Taylor was indicted on charges of murder and aggravated battery in the January 1977 shooting death of a former official with the Immigration and Naturalization Service and the shooting of a former mayor of Williston, Florida.