A disturbed, armed stalker tried to break into a mask and rubber gloves at Taylor Swift's villa in Beverly Hills on Saturday and had a lot of alarming equipment in his car, the police said on Tuesday.
Julius Sandrock, 38, was arrested and released from custody on Tuesday morning on suspicion of committing the crime, according to online prison records.
Cops ran for a firearm restraint array after Sandrock had told them he had a .22 caliber caliber, a 9mm pistol, and a .380 caliber pistol, said the Daily News retraining order.
The police said a search of Sandrock's car revealed an empty holster, live rounds of .380 "Fiocchi" ammunition, latex gloves, black gloves, u knife, several masks "similar to those used by painters," one black half-mask, a 9-mm ammunition ring, an empty ammunition box with caliber .22 and a black rope.
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"Respondents told detaining officials that he was suffering from severe depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and manic episodes," the petition said.
Swift was not present The residence at the time Sandrock is trying to gain access.
Cops said Sandrock is already on probation for "cluttering behavior and unloading a firearm" in his native Colorado.
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Allegedly, he told the police that he had driven from Colorado to Los Angeles to visit "Swift".
A hearing of the follow-up court to extend the restraint was scheduled for 9 May.
Sandro CK's arrest took place less than three weeks after a man named Bruce Rowley was arrested in Connecticut for allegedly robbing a bank – a trick he told the police, which he hoped Swift would tell the police impress.
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Rowley also said he had thrown some of the stolen loot on Swift's property in Rhode Island, although it is unclear whether he is actually following her Home went
State police chased Rowley back to Connecticut, where he was arrested after seeing him in Rhode Island.
Another man, Justin Lilly, was arrested this month for trespassing after Swift's security team told him pop singer Beverly Hills owned property but refused.
The police characterized Lilly as temporary and unable to provide a permanent address.
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