Swift wasn't at the home at the time.
Fitzgerald has denied Swift's attempt to make a pair of songwriters pick up her $75,000 legal bill - and took time out to accuse the pop star of belittling infringement claims of the sort she'll likely be making herself some day. In his auto, police found rounds of.380 and 9mm ammunition, along with black and latex gloves, a knife, masks, black rope and an empty box of.22 caliber ammunition.
He was banned from possessing guns in the temporary order.
In his vehicle cops also found more masks, bullets, drugs and psychologist paperwork.
A 38-year-old Colorado man found outside Taylor Swift's Beverly Hills home on Saturday, April 14, 2018, was released from custody. He reportedly told officers that he owned three handguns, and that he was on probation back home in Colorado for having fired one. Sandrock told cops he suffers from severe depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and manic episodes.
Lilly still faces up to six months in county jail if he's convicted of one misdemeanor count of trespassing and also for refusing to leave private property.
The latest report of Swift-focused stalking follows last week's news of an alleged Swift-inspired bank robber: According to a police report obtained by TMZ, a man named Bruce Rowley confessed to robbing a bank with the intention of throwing cash over the fence of the singer's Rhode Island home in a bid to impress her. Rowley was arrested in CT following a police chase and charged with robbery. Police allege that it seemed like the 26-year-old man wanted to propose to Swift, and the $1,600 tossed over her fence was an offering.