It depends. By not following the terms of his probation, he can be rearrested and even though he may have been arrested on an escape charge, it does not necessarily mean he tried to flee the state or slip down the wall of the jail. That being said, if the bailbondsman arrested him, it is possible that no other charge will follow. Bondsman can arrest someone they have out on bond at anytime for nearly any reason, however, they have no power to bring charges. They are private individuals and not officers of the state or of the police. You can call the jail and get better details about any new charges pending or if it will just the bondsman revoking his bond.
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