BEND, OR -- The former director of the Redmond Proficiency Academy is headed back to jail.
Michael Bremont was sentenced to 30 days, with credit for time served, for identity theft and attempting to elude police, according to the Bend Bulletin.
Bremont was released from Deer Ridge Correctional Institution on probation in March, after he was convicted of sex abuse and theft in 2012. He was arrested again in September after leading police on a high-speed motorcycle chase. Yesterday's sentence will run concurrently with a 120-day term imposed in October for a probation violation.
Bremont will also lose his license for a year.