Man went to R.I. to catch up with Taylor Swift who was captured next to a prestigious star star house

Man went to R.I. to catch up with Taylor Swift who was captured next to a prestigious star star house

Iowa man was told to the police he traveled to the west, RI, to “catch up with Taylor Swift” after seeing him walking next to a big house Friday the pop star with a full back pack & # 39 burglar tools, according to The West Sun.

David Liddle, 32, of Iowa, was carrying a backpack, which had a stinging aluminum bat. The police also found that there was too much, flashlight, screwdriver, some pairs of rubber gloves, and 30 different green pickers, the Sun reported.

The fiddle spent the weekend in prison and was held on Monday for charges on the burglary of weapons and possession of weapons other than firearms, according to the office of the Clerk of the Fourth Division. It is currently held without bail, and the next court date is 7 August.

This does not seem to be the first time that Liddle made Swift's attempt. Western Chief Police Officer Shawn Lacey said that perhaps Liddle traveled to other Swift houses.

“He has a history – security guards at home told us that he was already on a watchlist because he was worried that he could be a threat,” said Lacey with the Sun. “Our understanding is that he had previously visited Taylor Swift's other properties.” T

Liddle told the police that he took the train from New York City and that he came to the west that day, and that he had previously traveled to Nashville and Memphis. (Swift also takes place in New York City and Nashville).

“He kept telling us that she was personally known and that she was just coming to visit,” said Lacey with the Sun. “He said he wanted to launch his singing career and she agreed to help.” T


Emily Sweeney can be found at esweeney@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @emilysweeney.

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