A Colorado man wearing a mask and a knife in his car when he was arrested outside a house in Taylor Swift in Beverly Hills was released on Tuesday while the police were investigating continued. 19659002] Julius Sandrock, 38, was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of stalking after the officers had gone home. Swift, who lives in New York, was not at home, police said.
Sandrock was released from prison on Tuesday morning, according to a Los Angeles County sheriff's website.
It was not immediately clear if Sandrock had a lawyer.
Meanwhile, the police received a restraining order that prevented Sandrock from owning weapons.
According to the document, Sandrock wore a mask and rubber gloves when he was taken into custody and told the police he had driven from his home in Broomfield, Colorado, to see Swift.
Sandrock told officers that he owned three small arms and was on probation in Colorado for firing a gun, police said.
A search for his car brought a knife, a rope, ammunition and more masks and gloves, according to the injunction.
Prescription medications, including oxycodone, were also found, and Sandrock told officials that he had depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and manic symptoms
The arrest followed the arrest of a homeless person on April 8, on suspicion of He was imprisoned after attempting to climb a wall on the same property and ignoring the security guards' warnings.
Swift was not at home.
Justin Lilly, 23, was charged with an offense and sentenced to three days in prison.