AUSTIN, Texas — Cody Wilson, the 3D-printed gun advocate, was released from the Harris County Jail Sunday evening.

Wilson was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals in Houston early Sunday morning and was transported and booked into the jail located in Houston, with a bond set at $150,000.

As of 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Wilson was no longer listed as being held at the jail.

Wilson was arrested at a hotel in Taipei Sept. 21 by Taiwan police assisted by the U.S. State Department.

Austin police obtained an arrest warrant for Wilson for sexual assault after a counselor contacted the police Aug. 22 and advised authorities that a juvenile girl, under the age of 17, had sex with a 30-year-old male, who was later identified to be Wilson.

The police investigation determined that Wilson initially engaged with the juvenile on the and met the girl at a coffee shop in South Austin before going to a North Austin Hotel, where Wilson allegedly assaulted the juvenile and paid her $500 in cash.

The Austin Police Department requested assistance from the U.S. Marshals Sept. 19 after it was determined that Wilson had likely fled the Austin area.  

“This was a collaborative effort that demonstrates the dedication of local, state, federal and international officials working together to bring this fugitive to justice,” U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Texas Susan Pamerleau said.

Wilson owns Defense Distributed, a company that is now selling blueprints that allow users to 3D-print their own plastic guns. In August, a federal court order barred Wilson’s company, Defense Distributed, from posting the plans online.