TYLER, Texas (KETK) – A second former Smith County constable’s deputy that was charged last year for allegedly abusing his power and stealing on the job has been rearrested for a supposed bond violation.

Online judicial records show former Pct. 1 Sgt. Derrick Holman was arrested on Friday, June 3. He was released the same day after posting a $60,000 bond.

Last year, Holman was charged with theft, abuse of official capacity and official oppression along with Constable Curtis Traylor-Harris and Chief Deputy LaQuenda Banks. They are accused of stealing cash, electronics, jewelry and more from a property while working.

Traylor-Harris was recently rearrested for a bond violation as well after he appeared in a graduation video in full uniform in possession of his weapon, which violated terms of his bond.