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Rockford man claims Justin Bieber told him to go to high school

Lawrence Adamczyk Lawrence Adamczyk

A Rockford man was arrested after admitting to police he masturbated during a high school swim meet after receiving a "brainwave message" from Justin Bieber, telling him to go to the school.

Lawrence E. Adamczyk, 49, was arrested Saturday morning by Riverside police during a boys swim meet at Riverside Brookfield High School. According to police, Adamczyk told them he was on his way to Brookfield Zoo to find young boys with whom to have sex. However, he said he received a "brainwave message" from Justin Bieber as he walked past the school, telling him to go inside.

Adamczyk was confronted by security staff while walking the halls and was found by police sitting in the stands, watching a swim meet. He initially told officers he was there watching his children, but when he was asked the names of his children, he refused to answer. He was then escorted out and taken into custody before being evaluated by staff at a Berwyn hospital.

According to a statement from police, Adamczyk admitted to masturbating while watching the swim meet. The statement says he also made several "intensely sexual statements" regarding young boys.

Riverside Police Chief Thomas Weitzel said that Adamczyk was looking for a young boy to victimize at the high school, but if he was unsuccessful, he planned to go to Brookfield Zoo to find a young boy there.

Adamczyk has been arrested several times, has prior sex offenses, and is currently on parole for a 2011 arrest in St. Charles. Chief Weitzel said in the statement he has requested Adamczyk's parole status to be revoked after his Riverside arrest. That parole was revoked on Saturday evening and Riverside Police were ordered to hold Adamczyk on no bond.

Adamczyk has been charged with one count of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal trespass to land. He was scheduled to appear in court on Monday, when it was expected that the no bond warrant issued by the Illinois Department of Corrections would be lodged.

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