Ahmad Robinson, 70-years-old, faced multiple charges in court on 11 February, including allegedly using a lit cigarette to burn a policewoman.
He had a warrant of arrest issued against him after allegedly assaulting a bus driver, and he was caught earlier this week.
His original offences include allegedly failing to wear a mask properly, alongside Aziz Khan Sher Khan, 61-years-old.
The two men had allegedly gotten angry when the bus driver told them to put on their masks and they then allegedly attacked the bus driver Hew Kim Keong and broke his nose.
Ahmad and Khan were then arrested later that day and charged on 3 November 2021 with voluntarily causing hurt.
Khan has since been dealt with and was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment back in December, as well as an additional 24 days in jail because he was out on remission at the time of his offence.
Ahmad, on the other hand, had failed to show up to court and a warrant of arrest was then issued against him on 1 December.
He was eventually caught and charged with more offences yesterday (11 February).
His latest offence includes allegedly committing acts of mischief at a HDB estate in Changi Village Road on 29 November 2021 by cutting off the GPS e-tag that was issued to him by the Singapore Prison Service, as part of the conditions for his earlier bail.
The damage caused amounted to about $600.
While on the run from the law, he also allegedly used a knife to threaten two people at a flat in Tampines on 9 February.
He is also accused of using a lit cigarette that was in his mouth to burn a policewoman’s forearm.
He was not offered bail this time and his case has since been adjourned to 10 March.