Tony Kadyhrob, the Lawrence Township man who was banned from setting foot on any college campus in the entire state of New Jersey, has been indicted on charges of kidnapping.
A spokesperson from the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office said Kadyhrob was indicted on one count of criminal kidnapping, which, if he is convicted, carries a penalty of five to 10 years in state prison.
The grand jury also indicted Kadyhrob, 68, on a charge of luring, which, if he is convicted, carries a 3 to 5 year state prison sentence.
Kadyhrob has been free since March 28, after he posted $2,500 bail after his arrest for allegedly grabbing a Rider University coed and ordering her into his car.
Shortly afterward, police said he was spotted on The College of New Jersey campus in Ewing.
A judge banned him from setting foot on any school or college campus in New Jersey and was he ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Princeton Borough Police later spotted Kadyhrob on a street just blocks from the Princeton University campus on April 6.
Kadyhrob was detained by police but released without charges because he was not actually seen on any school property.