Los Angeles, CA – Police arrested a masked man outside of pop superstar Taylor Swift’s Los Angeles home on Saturday, and later discovered a knife, gloves, and rope inside the suspect’s vehicle.
Swift, who primarily resides in New York, was not at her California home when Sandrock was arrested.
Police obtained a temporary restraining order after the incident, which prevented Sandrock from being able to legally possess firearms.
According to KDVR, he was wearing a mask and latex gloves when he was apprehended. Police found ammunition, rope, a knife, and additional masks and gloves inside Sandrock’s vehicle.
They also discovered prescription medications – to include oxycodone – in the suspect’s vehicle.
Sandrock told police he suffered from manic episodes, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, and bipolar disorder.
The investigation into Sandrock’s presence at Swift’s home is ongoing, police said.
Police previously arrested another man, 23-year-old Justin Lilly, outside of the same residence on Apr. 8, KDVR reported.
Lilly, who was described as being homeless, was charged with trespassing, after he attempted to climb over a wall at the home, then refused security officers’ commands to leave the area.
Swift was not at the residence at the time.
Lilly was sentenced to three days in jail.