According to the Hartford Courant, police allege that 26-year-old Bruce Rowley from Derby, Connecticut last Wednesday went into a Webster Bank branch in Ansonia, Connecticut and demanded money from a teller. When he failed to stop, he was pursued into CT, where police used spikes to flatten his tires.
The police report says that Rowley explained he had a crush on the pop star and thought he could impress her with his crimes. "He said he threw some of the money over a fence to impress her". He also claimed he tried to contact the singer, but she wasn't home.
That is when Rhode Island State Troopers caught up with him and chased him across the border.
"After identifying Rowley as the person involved in the robbery, detectives obtained an arrest warrant and search warrants for Rowley, his residence and the auto Rowley used during the robbery, a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee", Ansonia police said.
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Rowley was charged with second-degree robbery and fourth-degree larceny.
According to the police report.
Taylor Swift performs at the Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2017 at Madison Square Garden on December 7, 2017, in NY. And these are far from isolated events: In 2013, a "crazed fan" was arrested for trespassing on the Rhode Island property.
At least now we have our favourite new excuse of all time; Taylor Swift made me do it. And then another stalker made it to the hallway outside the door of her NYC apartment past year. In addition, he has been ordered to stay at least one mile (1.6 kilometres) away from Taylor and her family.