A Weston man accused of rape violated his community control sanctions and has been sent to jail.

Daniel Stump, 42, appeared Tuesday in the courtroom of Wood County Common Pleas Judge Matt Reger.

He appeared on a community control violation after being sentenced on Feb. 9, 2018, to five years for attempted felonious assault.

Stump also was arraigned for four counts of rape, all first-degree felonies, after being indicted Feb. 1 – eight days before he completed his term on community control.

All four incidents allegedly occurred Sept. 12, against the same person.

Court paperwork indicated that Stump knew the alleged victim’s ability to resist or consent was substantially impaired because of mental or physical condition or because of advanced age.

Defense attorney Steve Spitler entered pleas of not guilty on behalf of his client and asked for a reasonable cash bond.

Wood County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Pamela Gross said the alleged victim was mentally impaired. When deputies tried to serve the summons on the indictment, Stump took off and led deputies on a chase with speeds exceeding 100 mph before being apprehended in Lucas County, she said.

Gross asked for a significant cash bond.

Reger set bond at $250,000 for the rape case and $50,000 for felonious assault.

Stump’s next appearance was set for Feb. 28.