A Richmond man with a history of violating probation is in trouble again.
Richmond police said they arrested Conley Bryan McIntosh, 26, over the weekend on a warrant for parole violation.
McIntosh was in custody at the Madison County jail on unrelated charges when he was arrested yet again, officers said.
According to police, McIntosh's current troubles date to June 2011, when he was convicted in Madison Circuit Court on two counts of cocaine possession. McIntosh was sentenced to 10 years in prison as a persistent felony offender, police said.
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But in July 2011 he was granted shock probation for five years.
Then, in November 2012, McIntosh violated the conditions of his probation, and his original 10-year sentence was imposed.
He was then paroled on Jan. 2 of this year, police said.
However, police said, a parole violation warrant for McIntosh was issued on March 26, after he allegedly violated various parole conditions, including fleeing from supervision, failing to attend substance-abuse treatment and failing to report to his parole officer.