FORT MYERS, Fla -- Convicted felon Octavius Pullen is back in jail.
This time, after deputies say, he broke into a Bonita Springs home, stealing at least ten guns.
Trish Routte of SWFL Crimestoppers calls him, the most dangerous kind of criminal.
"This is an offender, who will whatever it takes to get out of whatever he is doing," said Routte.
Authorities believe the robbery happened just before Pullen and Joshua White led deputies on this violent chase in Lee County at the beginning of the month.
LCSO says Pullen rammed his car in to a deputies cruiser.
"Anyone who has the capacity to do that kind of thing, nothing is off the table for this guy," said Pullen.
His car was pulled over, because it matched the description of a car wanted in several other home invasions around the county.
For those charges, Pullen bonded out, then disappeared.
But Routte says detectives worked around the clock, to get the fugitive, back behind bars.
"Turned up the heat just enough to get him to turn himself in. It wasn't a matter of if we were going to catch him, it was a matter of when," said Routte.
Pullen is currently behind bars, on $70,000 bond.
He must wear a GPS monitor until further court dates.