By CBS13 Staff

DAVIS (CBS13) — There are new charges and new questions in the case of a man accused of trying to rape a woman on a Davis bike trail last summer.

Jose Trinidad Perez Meza is back in custody, accused of two more sex crimes, one of which allegedly happened while he was free on bail.

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He’s accused of attacking a woman last August. He was arrested several weeks later, then posted bail a week after that. Sacramento police arrested Perez Meza again in December for indecent exposure.

In February, police in Santa Rose identified Perez Meza as a suspect in an attack that happened back in June of 2018.

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He was already a registered sex offender when all of these crimes took place.

Why Was He Released?

The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office tells CBS13 Perez Meza’s bail was set at $150,000 for the Davis case, but admit it should have been higher. They asked for it to be raised to $500,000, given his criminal history, but the judge denied his request.

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The Sacramento County DA’s office has not responded to several other questions from CBS13. They did say Perez Meza is currently in custody on $500,000 bail. He is due back in court on Monday.