Investigators said a call Kelly Hoose made to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Virginia placed the 40-year-old on their radar screen.
Hoose, of 40 Chestnut Hill Road, Oxford, allegedly called the center Oct.
Hoose identified himself to a center analyst and gave his address and license plate number.
Hoose refused to speak with them, according to Trooper Conron.
Hoose was then followed to his house, where he ran inside and locked the door, according to Trooper Conron.
Hoose was taken into custody after another trooper arrived at the scene.
Hoose, identified himself, his residence and license plate number to a center analyst just after 6:30 p.
Hoose had also allegedly called the Center for Missing and Exploited Children to report himself in a child pornography case that he was acquitted of five years ago.
Hoose must be returned to the court to be hooked up to a GPS monitor, the judge ruled.
Hoose Monday with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, leaving the scene of property damage, reckless driving and failing to stop for police.
Hoose allegedly told the Center for Missing and Exploited Children he had been following the bus off and on for months.
Hoose refused to talk to the troopers, who told him he was being investigated for comments he made to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.