of attempted kidnapping was set at $10 million on Monday.
After Arnold removed his ankle monitor near Carver Drive, he is accused of trying to take a student at Henderson Ward Stewart Elementary School from the school without the permission of the child's mother or father, according to court documents provided to
the Starkville Daily News through a public records request.
Arnold then sparked a large police manhunt in Starkville, but was apprehended by police a couple of hours later after being spotted by Oktibbeha County deputies on Greenfield Street near Sudduth Elementary.
Arnold is not related to the child he attempted to take from either school, but it is unclear what his connection to the child is.
Arnold was first charged with attempted
kidnapping earlier this month, after he tried to check out a first grade student at Sudduth Elementary without the guardian's permission.
Investigators previously said Arnold has a history of violent offenses, which includes charges of assault, disorderly conduct, possession of a firearm by a felon and second degree battery in Louisiana.
Those convicted of attempted kidnapping in Mississippi face a minimum sentence of one year in prison and a maximum sentence of life, according to Mississippi Code 97-3-53.