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Lawrence Adamczyk, Accused Sex Offender, Claims To Receive Justin Bieber 'Brainwave Messages'

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Is Justin Bieber telepathically communicating with sex offenders? Never say never.

Lawrence E. Adamczyk of Rockford, Ill. is in police custody after a Riverside Brookfield High School security staff member reported a suspicious person walking the hallways during a swim meet on Saturday morning, Riverside Police said in a news release.

The 49-year-old suspect, who has been arrested several times on sex offenses, told police he was on his way to the Brookfield Zoo to “look for young boys,” when he received a "brainwave message from Hollywood recording artist Justin Bieber."

When police arrived at the scene, Adamczyk was sitting in the swim center bleachers, according to the police. He wore a white shirt and had a duffel bag across his chest.

When officers approached, the suspect allegedly said his children were competing at the meet, but refused to name them. He was escorted to an adjacent hallway, where he provided a driver’s license and recounted his Justin Bieber brainwave anecdote.

Adamczyk also “made several other intensely sexual statements involving young boys" that were "too graphic to include in a public statement,” according to the news release.

Police charged Adamczyk with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

Riverside Police Chief Weizel noted that Adamczyk had been arrested in St. Charles, Ill. in July 2011 for committing a sex act at a fitness center. He was also arrested for “similar crimes at a high school in Rockford, Illinois in 2009 and the Northern Illinois University Campus in 2005.”

“I cannot understand how this individual was not required to register as a sex offender,” Weitzel said in the news release.

“I ordered my personnel to contact the Illinois Department of Corrections and request his parole status be revoked due to his arrest in Riverside.”

Hat tip: Chicago Sun-Times

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