Taylor Swift fanatic, 32, is arrested near her estate in Rhode Island with a crowbar, 30 locks and an aluminum BAT after having traveled more than 1200 miles to catch up with the singer
- David Page Liddle, 32, was arrested Monday in Westerly, Rhode Island
- He was found in a shipyard where residents said he had acted strangely
- The man had 30 locks, a crowbar, a bat, screwdrivers and a flashlight
- He told the police that he had been to Memphis and Nashville to overtake Swift & # 39;
- He claimed that he was a singer, knew her and that she would help him with his career
- Liddle had traveled more than 1,200 miles from Des Moines, Iowa, to see her
- He is the last in a long line of stalkers who have tried to break into her houses
A Taylor Swift stalker was arrested before he could attempt to break into the estate of the singer Rhode Island after traveling more than 1200 km to see her.
David Page Liddle, 32, was arrested in Westerly, Rhode Island, after police received a tip from someone who was acting strangely in a boathouse near the singer's house.
He was sitting on a picnic bench in the boat yard, and when the police approached him, he got up and walked away with the aluminum bat sticking out of his backpack.
When the police searched him and his possessions, they discovered that he also had 30 lock choices and a crowbar.
David Page Liddle, 32, was arrested Monday in Westerly, Rhode Island. He told the police that he would come to catch Taylor Swift & # 39; catch up & # 39; (shown during a concert on July 10)
Swift's vast estate on the beach in Rhode Island, where guards already had the name of Liddle on a list
Upon interrogation, he told the police that he had been to Nashville and Memphis the day before, where Swift has other homes and that he wanted to & # 39; catch up with & # 39 ;.
It is unclear whether she was home then.
A spokesperson for Westerly police told DailyMail.com that it was also known that he was trying to break into other property owned by the singer.
Liddle was taken into custody, where he loses $ 10,000 in bond money.
He is from Des Moines, Iowa, more than 1200 km from the home of Swift's Rhode Island.
Liddle repeatedly told the police that he knew the singer personally and that she had agreed to help him start his singing career.
However, the police also found screwdrivers, a window rake, a flashlight, several pairs of rubber gloves, and other tools in his backpack.
Liddle is the newest in a series of stalkers that the singer had to endure.
Roger Alvarado, a Florida man, was arrested several times for trying to reach her and recently broke into her home in New York City.
She has also had to make restrictive orders against some stalkers, including Frank Andrew Hoover.
The Swift team did not comment on the most recent incident.
The manor is not accessible from the beach and is surrounded by guards
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