A 38-year-old man arrested out the front of Taylor Swift‘s home on Saturday was wearing a mask and rubber gloves and found to have a knife in his car.

The AP is citing a statement from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department saying that the man was released from custody on Tuesday morning local time as they continue to investigate.

The man, Julius Sandrock, was arrested under suspicion of stalking and was hit with a temporary restraining order that prevents him from purchasing guns.

Police were told that Sandrock had driven from his home in Colorado to Swift’s house in Beverley Hills specifically to see Swift, but that she was in New York at the time.

According to the restraining order, police also found rope, ammunition, and more masks and gloves in Sandrock’s car, in addition to prescription medication including oxycodone.

Sandrock told police that he suffers from depression, bipolar disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder and experiences manic episodes.

A 26-year-old was charged last week after robbing a bank and throwing the proceeds over her fence in an attempt to ‘impress’ her and another man was hit with a misdemeanour after scaling her fence at the start of the month.