The Indiana Parole Board has rejected parole for 62-year-old Robert E. Lee, who was convicted in a woman's 1986 killing and dismemberment.
Virginia authorities issued the warrant for Mothersbaugh after video surfaced showing him marching with white supremacists and punching people at a protest.
The Department of Corrections says it moved the convicted killer out of Jennings County because of safety concerns.
The man convicted of murdering a Bloomington woman has been transferred out of Monroe County because of the attention his case received.
The Department of Corrections has found a place for Robert E. Lee to stay in Bloomington after he is released Saturday.
Robert E. Lee must serve his parole in Bloomington, but the Department of Corrections has not found a place for him to live after his release.