Man claims ‘brainwave message’ from Bieber told him to go to school: cops
A Rockford man who admitted to masturbating during a Riverside high school swim meet Saturday was taken into police custody after telling officers he received brainwave messages from Justin Bieber telling him to go to the school.
According to a statement from the Riverside Police Dept, 49-year-old Lawrence E. Adamczyk told police his original plan was to go to the Brookfiled Zoo to look for young boys to have sex with. As he was walking by the Riverside Brookfield High School, he said he received “a brainwave message from recording artist Justin Bieber telling them to go to the school.”
Adamczyk was walking the hallways of the school when he was confronted by security staff. Security called police and officers found the man sitting in the bleachers watching the swim meet.
According to the statement, “when officers asked the subject for the names of his children, he paused and then refused to answer. Police then escorted the individual from the bleacher area.”
Adamczyk was taken into custody and then evaluated by Berwyn hospital staff.
While in police custody, Adamczyk stated that he intended on looking for a boy who would have oral sex with him and admitted to masturbating while watching the boys swimming event before police arrived. Adamczyk made several other “intensely sexual statements involving young boys to Riverside Police investigators that are simply too graphic to include in a public statement,” the statement reads.
Riverside Police Chief Thomas Weitzel says in the statement, “His intent was clear. Not only did he intend to enter the high school to locate a young male to victimize but if he was unsuccessful, he was prepared to walk half a block north to the Brookfield Zoo and look for an additional young boy to victimize.”
Weitzel continues “Adamczyk has several prior arrests including an indication on his current parole status that he had prior sex offenses. At the time of his arrest in Riverside, Mr. Adamczyk was on electronic monitoring and had been paroled in December 2012 for an arrest that took place in St. Charles, Illinois in July of 2011. I cannot understand how this individual was not required to register as a sex offender. I ordered my personnel to contact the Illinois Department of Corrections and request his parole status be revoked due to this arrest in Riverside.”
Adamczyk is charged with one count of criminal trespass to land, one count of disorderly conduct and are holding the individual for Monday bond court hearing.