The New Jersey man recently charged with breaking into Taylor Swift’s waterfront Rhode Island home has once again been arrested, this time for causing mayhem at a property owned by the Trump Organization.

Richard J. McEwan of Milford, New Jersey, was arrested Tuesday on third-degree criminal mischief charges for causing $19,000 in damage at Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Bedminster Township police were first called to the course on Sept. 3, when workers reported seeing someone doing donuts in a vehicle near the course’s 11th hole at approximately 5:30 p.m. while playing music loudly. Authorities were called again when a blue Ford Sedan was spotted on the 13th hole.

“Upon arrival of officers, a witness advised police that a blue Ford compact car with a Rutgers sticker on it was seen being driven by a younger white male,” an official release from the Bedminster police stated. “A partial license plate of the vehicle was obtained.”

This partial plate led authorities to McEwan’s 2006 Ford Focus. He was arrested at this residence without incident, according to NBC News.

“He will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law,” a spokesman for the Trump organization said, according to CNBC.

McEwan had been arrested in early August for breaking into a Rhode Island home owned by Swift. He claimed to be looking for the singer, who was not there. Authorities believe he did not intend to do any physical harm. They found McEwan without his shoes on, which he claimed to have removed to be “polite.”

He is set to be arraigned for this charge on Sept. 30.