The Houston man accused of shooting a Houston police officer back in 1990 is getting more time behind bars.
41 year old Robert Earl Jackson was out on parole when his parole officer said he failed to check in as scheduled or charge his GPS.
Jackson was sentenced to 60 days in a state facility for violating the conditions of his parole.
There was controversy earlier this year when Jackson was released early from prison despite being sentenced.
He was convicted and sentenced to two 99 year sentences for shooting now retired HPD officer Kenneth West.
West survived the shooting but was angered because Jackson was released on parole from prison after serving only 21 years.
A state parole board officials says a Montgomery County judge issued the ruling on Jackson this week.