United States Marshals arrested a former law enforcement official Monday after 10 years on the run. William Lawrence, a 41-year-old former Utah corrections officer, was arrested at a McDonald’s restaurant in Kauai, Hawaii.

Lawrence had apparently created a fake identity in Hawaii where he was living after fleeing from a crime in Utah, authorities said.

“As a former law enforcement officer, Lawrence knew the strategies used to track down fugitives,” supervisory deputy United States Marshal Derryl Spencer said in a press release. “He was able to elude law enforcement for years – until now.”

Lawrence reportedly brought a woman to his apartment in 2006, where he handcuffed her to his bed and forced her to provide sexual favors. He threatened to call child protective services on the woman and take her to jail if she did not oblige, according to court documents cited by the Salt Lake Tribune.

He was convicted of forcible sexual abuse in 2007, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. The former officer was found guilty after using his badge to intimidate a woman into performing sexual acts in 2006. He pleaded guilty to forcible sexual abuse, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

Lawrence was ordered to get a psychosexual evaluation before he was sentenced but did not show up for the hearing in 2008, court records showed. A $150,000 arrest warrant was subsequently issued for Lawrence. United States Marshals picked up the case from local police in 2010, KSTU-TV reported.

Two U.S. Marshals flew to Kauai and arrested Lawrence with the help of two other officers based in Hawaii. Lawrence was taken into custody without any problems, according to KSTU.