Man Convicted of Sex Act in Tri-Cities Arrested Again

This man, previously convicted in Kane County, turns up at a high school boys swim meet uninvited. He told police Justin Bieber’s brainwaves sent him there.

A Rockford man who was paroled in December about a year into a three-year sentence for exposing his genitalia and touching another man with it at a St. Charles gym is in hot water again.

This time he showed up uninvited to a high school swim meet in Riverside.

Lawrence E. Adamczyk, 49, was arrested Jan. 12 at Riverside Brookfield High School during a swim meet, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The news company reported Adamczyk started out heading from Rockford to Brookfield Zoo to find young boys with whom to have sex when pop star Justin Bieber sent him a message by brainwave to go to the school instead.

Riverside police said school security called them after finding Adamczyk in a closed area, and when officers arrived, he was sitting in the bleachers, watching the swimmers, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. He later told police he performed a sex act while watching the competition.

According to the Sun-Times, Adamczyk has been on electronic monitoring since his parole last month for his conviction stemming from the incident in St. Charles.

Patch reported that Adamczyk was arrested on June 28, 2011. In that incident, patrons of a local gym told police he exposed himself to them, and that he inappropriately touched three men.

In October 2011, Patch reported that a judge sentenced Adamczyk to three years in prison on the aggravated battery charge in that incident.

Aspects of Adamczyk’s appearance in Riverside baffled police there, the Sun-Times reported, because his parole status indicated a history of prior sex offenses, including arrests for similar crimes in 2009 at a Rockford high school and in 2005 at the Northern Illinois University Campus. Yet, Riverside Police Chief Thomas Weitzel told the Sun-Times Adamczyk has not been required to register as a sex offender.



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