According to authorities in Louisiana, a man accused of raping an 11-year-old girl was released on $100,000 bond, only to victimize a woman he met through a dating app.
As the New York Post reported, 49-year-old Mark Ferguson was arrested most recently on Thursday.
Investigators believe he met the victim through Tinder in August and went on a date with her a couple of months later that ended in a sexual assault.
An arrest report indicates that the two people had been dating for a short period of time before the alleged rape occurred in October.
Police say Ferguson transported the woman back to his home after they had dinner.
At that point, he allegedly pushed her down on his bed against her screams of protest. Detectives claim he repeatedly raped the victim.
The Baton Rouge man had earlier been accused of raping a young girl who had visited his home in 2015 to go swimming.
Two years later, he was arrested on suspicion of rape in the first degree. He posted bond and was released from jail as he waited for the trial to begin.
Reports also point to a 1992 arrest on suspicion of indecent behavior with a juvenile. In that case, Ferguson was granted probation.
As of the latest reports available, he was still behind bars at the Parish Prison.
He is expected to face another count of first-degree rape in connection to the most recent arrest. Bond in the case had not yet been announced as of the most recent updates.
[Featured image: Mark Ferguson, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office]