A Jersey man did donuts in his auto while blasting music on President Trump's Bedminster, New Jersey, golf course - on two separate occasions - and caused thousands of dollars in damage, Garden State officials said as they announced his arrest Tuesday. This was enough for police to track him down. He was "taken into custody without incident and charged with 3rd degree Criminal Mischief". "We've dealt with a number of complaints at the home since it was purchased, but this is the first I can recall of someone actually making it into the house".
He was released pending a future court date, prosecutors said. He broke a glass door and began wandering the home in search of Swift.
McEwan was arrested late Monday at his home in Milford, N.J., the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said.More news: New Pixel 4 leak shows off Face Unlock, 90Hz display
When officers and the security guard then investigated the disturbance they found McEwan standing in the foyer, having taken his orange shoes off out of politeness when being in someone else's home, police said.
McEwan caused at least at least $17,000 in damage, police said. "He said he did it because 'it was polite'".
Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster, New Jersey, was damaged September 3 and again Sunday, and the stunts caused more than $20,000 in damage, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement to NBC News.More news: Google 'Play Pass' Subscription Service For Apps, Games Is Coming Soon
It wasn't long before cops allege McEwan struck again, this time spinning his vehicle out near the 13th hole at 3:36 p.m. Sunday. He managed to escape before police could arrive, although he left behind a black piece of plastic from his vehicle with the word "Ford" on it. The Somerset police statement said, "Upon arrival of officers, a witness advised police that a blue Ford compact vehicle with a Rutgers sticker on it was seen being driven by a younger white male".
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit at 908-231-7100 or the Bedminster Township Police Department at 908-234-0585.More news: Zimbabwe gov't releases burial program for Mugabe