Psycho meth user breaks into governor’s mansion

Screenshot 2018-04-28 at 06.54.04.pngThe Sacramento Bee reports that 51-year-old homeless man Steven Seeley was arrested for trespassing “on the executive residence property, breaking a side window on the first floor of the residence” at the governor’s mansion in Sacramento.

The CHP offered no explanation as to why this happend.  Officers could not answer basic questions about how Seeley entered and exited the home or where and when he was arrested.

Brown’s press office declined to comment.

Seeley, in an interview from the Sacramento County Jail on Thursday, said he entered the residence without interference.

Great job CHP.

The homeless psycho told police he saw wild animals, possibly lions or cougars, on the streets of midtown Sacramento and walked in through the front door of the home to alert Brown’s security detail because he knew they had “big guns.” He said he wanted to prevent the governor from being attacked.

Seeley maintains he’s never been diagnosed with a mental disorder and described himself as an almost daily methamphetamine user for most of his adult life.

“I was looking for the security staff, but I didn’t see anybody,” Seeley said Thursday. “I thought the governor was in trouble, I thought he was in danger of being attacked by the wild animals, so I walked in. I yelled ‘Jerry.'”

Yup. He’s crazy all right. A real whack-job.

After walking in, Seeley said he looked around and didn’t see anyone, but he heard muffled roaring and hid in a small room or closet. The room had a window, so he jumped out, into a fenced-in yard, breaking the window in the process, he said.

This is frightening. Seeley is a repeat offender who is walking the streets of Sacramento freely. Making matters worse for the community, all of this happened despite the fact that, according to the CHP, there is “a robust onsite security presence at the residence 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.”

The only thing robust in Sacramento is the growing homeless population that is engulfng the city.


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