When Frederick Bernard Harris finished a prison sentence for statutory rape earlier this year, a judge set a couple dozen conditions on his probation.
Now, Harris has returned to Bibb Countys jail, charged with another rape, records show.
Harris, 37, was arrested Monday by Macon police, who alleged that Harris had forced a Macon woman into sex acts Sunday morning.
Harris is also accused of hanging up the womans phone and preventing her from leaving her home.
Bibb County records list Harris as charged with rape, false imprisonment, aggravated sodomy, hindering a person making an emergency telephone call, misdemeanor sexual battery and a probation violation.
Harris was ordered to get sex offender evaluation and treatment under terms of his probation, which a judge ordered March 1. A Macon police report said Harris had attended an anger management group.
Harris was released Feb. 22 from Calhoun State Prison, Georgia Department of Corrections records show. An agency spokesman said Harris received credit for time served in custody and time under the First Offender Act, while his sentence had also been adjusted from serving 12 years to serving 10.
District Attorney David Cooke said he will oppose bond for Harris.
Harris had been waiting to go to court on the 2002 statutory rape charge when he was arrested in 2003 on new charges of statutory rape, aggravated child molestation and enticing a child.
Prosecutors dropped the new charges later in 2003.
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