“Suspect is in custody.”
My gut feeling tells me that he was just released from a mental hospital, I bet within the past few months. That’s my guess without anything to back it up with. Just a feeling. What is your gut feeling? We have no news about it so we might as well speculate here.
They’ll get some relative of his on the tube saying “We tried, we got him to a hospital but after he left he stopped the ‘medications.'”
Well? That very well may have happened. Drug withdrawal does horrible things to a person, including causing aggression and violence.
UPDATE: Now we learn that the cops were serving a search warrant. Get this: They won’t say why they were serving the warrant.
Now as you know, if you have been reading my blog for a while, I had the cops show up at my home on January 10, 2014, in Watertown, MA. They were coming to accuse me of future dangerousness, which was so unfounded it was absurd.
They have also searched my home with no warrant. This was in July 2013 while I was inpatient with kidney failure. This was very illegal! Yes it really happened, no doubt about it. I came home to find my place torn apart, closet emptied, drawers rifled through, and they even left on my table the items they were looking for. Now why did they search my place? Apparently even though I told the doc at the hospital over and over what I had been taking (as prescribed, by the way) he insisted I was “lying.” First he called CVS and found out the information about the wrong person (another person with same name). They tried to give me her drugs! Then the doc ordered the search of my home. The cops came to look for pill bottles. The actual bottles they never found. What they found were old ones, two and three years old respectively.
That’s what was out on my table when I got home from the hospital. Two very old pill bottles that I had saved because those bottles are good for storing things and they’re airtight. The one for Lamictal was huge, good for art supplies. Then there was a very old Synthroid bottle, wrong dose. So what happened next? After the cops found these bottles, back at the hospital, the nurse handed me 600 mgs of Lamictal. That’s right. 600. I had not taken it for years and I am extremely lucky I did not swallow that dangerous dose. I didn’t find out till I got home that my place had been searched.
Do cops search places illegally? YES! You can see that twice they came with no warrant. Was I not worthy of being served legally? Did they think I wouldn’t notice because maybe they thought I was unintelligent, lacking insight, or whatever?
If the cops did this to me, I wonder if the search of this guy’s home was legal. Why else would they keep it all hidden? Think on that one.
We shall see.