One of Young Dolph‘s three alleged killers has been arrested – but not on charges related to the Memphis rapper’s death.

Forty-four-year-old Hernandez Govan, who allegedly hired Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith to shoot and kill Dolph, has been charged with stalking, repeatedly following, harassing or making threats, driving with a suspended license and having an improperly mounted license tag in a new arrest.

WREG reports he was released from jail in Tennessee’s Shelby County on Monday (June 24) on a $2,250 bond.

Govan has a court date on Wednesday (June 26) for the alleged driving violations, then will go before a judge on the stalking and harassment charges on August 20.

Back in February, Govan was arrested for his alleged role Young Dolph’s death and charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. Soon after, he was granted bond for $90,000 and put on house arrest so he could find work to take care of his family.

Afterward, however,Shelby County Judge J. Jennifer Mitchell criticized the defendant for talking to a journalist.

“[I] shouldn’t have to remind you that you’re out on a bond,” she began. “At this point, the court feels like you’re playing, and playing fast and loose with the court and these stipulations, and I don’t like that.

“You have filed a motion through your attorney, asking me to review your bond conditions. And before we could ever do that, I get a message from a concerned citizen that you’re out doing interviews.

“Whether you’re talking about this case or not, you’re doing interviews. The court doesn’t like the fact that you feel free enough to do interviews, because what could be happening is that you could be in jail, and it’s a whole lot easier to supervise you there. But you’ve been given the opportunity to post a bond with bond conditions, and you’re not doing those things you need to do.”

She added: “We’re going to review those bond conditions on March 1, but let me make myself extremely clear to you that you are to not have any interviews with anybody for any reason.”

“It wasn’t the smartest thing to talk from house arrest, you know, in a YouTube video, but it wasn’t anything about the case and in fact he would say no comment any time someone asked him about the case,” Paul Hagerman explained to Memphis’ FOX13.

“They talked about rap music, various rappers, and they talked some about Mr. Govan’s daughter that is deceased now. He was asked two or three times about the case that he did not answer.”