David Frost, the ex-NHL agent of St. Louis Blues player Mike Danton who was involved in a murder-for-hire plot, was arrested on Friday for allegedly buying gas with Danton's credit card, according to published reports.
In the latest alleged incident, Frost has been charged with fraud, impersonation and breach of probation in Ontario, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Danton is currently serving a 7½-year sentence in a New Jersey prison for his role in a $10,000 plot to kill Frost, who was also his Canadian youth hockey coach.
The FBI was tipped off to the murder-for-hire plot and Frost, who had been staying in Danton's apartment, was not harmed.
In a separate two-year investigation, Frost faces charges of sexual exploitation stemming from alleged incidents between 1995-2001 in Canada that involved four boys and three girls between the ages of 14 and 16.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.