The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) said it has rearrested convicted sex offender David Adams, 28, who was recently let out from jail. Adams was arrested after he was witnessed using a computer at a downtown library in breach of his conditions on Monday, according to a Tuesday press release. As EPS was escorting Adams to the police vehicle, it said he broke free and attempted to flee, but he was re-apprehended. He has been charged with two breaches of probation and escaping lawful custody. EPS warned the public on Thursday Adams was back on the streets.READ MORE: Repeat sex offender Adams released back on the streets of EdmontonIt said he had been released from jail after serving time for one count of failure to comply with probation conditions from an April incident where he approached two young females near an elementary school in West Edmonton while driving his vehicle. It is the second time it has warned the public about Adams. The last warning came in April and saw him arrested again a few days later.Adams has been remanded, and his next court date is Tuesday.