Michael Issac Mobley, 27, was released from prison in February. He had been sentenced to four years in prison on weapons and other charges after pleading guilty in October 2015.
Police caught Mobley in March 2015 following a foot chase after neighbors saw him peering through bushes at girls at a school bus stop. Mobley had condoms, lubricant, rope and a gun in his pants when he was caught.
Mobley, who had convictions for burglary, shoplifting and other crimes, was wearing black clothes when captured by police in 2015. Prosecutors called it a “tragedy averted” at that time.
Mobley was charged Thursday, after probation agents said he failed to follow probation agent instructions and failed to pay several required fees, including for drug testing, said Pete O’Boyle, spokesman for the S.C. Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services.
Bond was set after Mobley’s arrest Thursday at $75,000.