JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — A man who was charged following a shooting in Johnson City on Dec. 20 is once again behind bars Friday, Dec. 31 following his release Christmas Day after posting bond.

The Washington County Detention Center confirmed Wayne Morris was booked into the Washington County Jail early Friday morning on several charges stemming from the shooting incident.

According to a previous release from the Johnson City Police Department (JCPD), Morris had allegedly staked out behind a home on Lone Oak Road while he was armed, waiting for the residents — a man and woman — to arrive.

According to the JCPD, the victims said Morris attacked the man, who in turn shot Morris multiple times. Police also said that the woman had an active order of protection against Morris.

Photo courtesy of the Washington County Detention Center

At the time of the shooting, Morris was reportedly already wanted on multiple charges out of Johnson City.

In September, Morris was arrested and charged after allegedly breaking into a woman’s home, raping her and holding her there against her will.

Police confirmed with News Channel 11 that Morris and the woman had had a previous relationship.

Morris was transported to a hospital for treatment after the shooting.

Officials at the Washington County Detention Center said Morris was booked into the jail on Dec. 24 and was released on bond Christmas Day.

Judge Don Arnold told News Channel 11 Thursday that when Morris’ attorney showed up on his behalf at a court hearing Wednesday, Arnold issued a warrant for Morris’ arrest, leading to his Dec. 31 booking.

As of Friday morning, Morris remains in the Washington County Detention Center.