The man who police said raped a Greenwood woman at knifepoint spent more than 11 years in prison for two other rape cases, including one in which the victim was held at gunpoint.
Shawn L. Corbally, 33, was convicted of two counts of rape in 2000 and sentenced to 25 years in prison.
But he served less than half of that sentence after receiving credit for good behavior, taking classes and undergoing counseling. He was released on Feb. 25.
Five months after he was released from prison, investigators said Corbally sexually assaulted and held a Greenwood woman at knifepoint in her home for hours. He has been arrested on three counts of rape, three counts of criminal deviate conduct and one charge each of criminal confinement, burglary, residential entry and intimidation.
At the time of his arrest, he was on probation in Marion County after being released from prison on the rape convictions, said Doug Garrison, spokesman for the Indiana Department of Correction.
The two 2000 cases happened within about a month of each other and involved women Corbally met at Indianapolis bars. In the Greenwood case, the victim was a stranger.