Peter Aibor Jeschke, a 37 year old tennis coach who was convicted of having sex with a16-year-old girl in 2009, has been arrested again, this time for violating the terms of hisprobation, according to the Santa Barbara Police Department.  He was arrested afterauthorities learned that he was giving teenagers tennis lessons, without informing them of hiscriminal past. Witnesses reported seeing Jeschke giving tennis lessons to minors and toldauthorities.  “He has been teaching minors without notifying their parents that he is asex registrant,” said Det. Jaycee Hunter, in a police report, outlining the arrest on January12.  Jeschke also did not inform authorities of his new address, where he lives with agirlfriend, authorities said.  Hunter said that he had five days to inform authorities that hewas living at a new address, but allegedly failed to do so.  Jeschke was found guilty ofsexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawfulsexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana, by a jury in Mayof 2009.  At the time, Dudley said if Jeschke violated his probation, he could be sentenced tothe full prison term of seven years and eight months.  According to the police report, Jeschkefaces another trial later this year on charges of witness intimidation, after he allegedly askedseveral teenagers to call key witnesses and threaten them during his trial.  Jeschke served asa volunteer for the boys tennis team at Santa Barbara High School in spring 2006 before being hiredas an assistant coach for both tennis teams.  The victim’s friends apparently learned ofa sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the then-34-year-old tennis coach,leading to his arrest.  This time, according to the police report, Jeschke was working as aself-employed tennis coach.  Jeschke is still in County Jail.