Howard Haynes of Muskogee was convicted of child sexual abuse in 2010 when he pleaded guilty to the charges after he fondled and asked for sex from a 16-year-old girl.
Initially in the case, Nikki Baker of the DA's office asked for a revocation of the $50,000 bond Haynes had posted because he was still living with the victim even after the court had ordered him to have no contact with her.
He allegedly told the victim "You better talk to me now or you will never see tomorrow."
Intimidation of a witness charges were later dropped against him at the request of the child's mother.
Later, after he was sentenced, Haynes apparently moved to Tulsa.
December 21 of last year, Haynes violated a protective order filed by the now-adult victim by going to her house, according to court documents filed in the case.
Haynes was arrested yesterday in Muskogee and is now in the Muskogee County jail waiting on $5,000 bond. The district attorney has asked that his suspended sentence be revoked.