The convicted rapist who was on the run for days and captured over the weekend returns to Central New York.

Ronald Cook, 66, was transferred from Broome County to the Oneida County Jail Monday.

Cook was reportedly spotted in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and then in Binghamton, where he was quickly apprehended by police Saturday afternoon after a three-day manhunt.

It all started when officials say Cook removed his GPS ankle bracelet and stopped reporting to his parole office in Rome on Wednesday.

He was convicted of first degree rape in 1991. According to the Department of Correctional and Community Services, Cook was conditionally released in 2014 and confined to his home wearing the bracelet.

Cook is expected to be arraigned soon in Rome City Court on charges related to tampering with his GPS ankle monitor.