“He was taken back into custody. I wouldn’t say it was an arrest because it’s not a new charge. It was an order of the court to bring him into custody,” the representative explained, noting that he was in trouble for breaking a technical condition of his release.
“We took him to Federal Bureau of Prisons and they will deal with it since he was in their custody,” the representative noted.
Nida, 40, was living in a halfway house in Philadelphia before the arrest. He was released from custody on June 5.
His sentence is scheduled to end on October 15, 2019.
Nida was sentenced to eight years in prison on conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud charges and was ordered to pay $1.9 million in restitution in 2014.