Five days after he was released by a judge, 44-year-old Larry Gene Hottel, was arrested on suspicion of similar circumstances to an incident that landed him in jail on Thanksgiving. Hottel was arrested by Cape Girardeau County sheriff’s deputies Saturday. He has been charged with misdemeanor violation of an order of protection, misdemeanor peace disturbance and misdemeanor resisting arrest. The bond for Hottel’s most recent charges was set at $20,000 cash only, with the condition Hottel have no contact with the victims. Hottel’s neighbors, Kristy Strop and her family, called deputies with the complaint Hottel was playing loud music early in the morning. When deputies arrived, Hottel began shouting expletives, playing his music louder and revving a motor. Later that day, Strop reported hearing gunshots from her neighbors’ yard, and heard Hottel shout obscenities. He denied both claims by Strop. He was issued a stalking protection order after he was arrested on Thanksgiving on suspicion of unlawful use of a weapon, resisting arrest and domestic assault. Strop says Hottel made threats to kill her entire family on Thanksgiving.