Deputies say trespassing woman believes man is Mick Jagger
BY AMY LAVALLEY Post-Tribune correspondent November 18, 2013 5:18PM
Updated: November 18, 2013 7:46PM
A Michigan City woman has run afoul of police for the second time in as many months. She’s accused of trespassing Saturday at the Chesterton-area home of a man she believes to be Mick Jagger.
Authorities say Sandra Carlson, 58, has had a number of run-ins with law enforcement over the years.
In the latest incident, deputies with the Porter County Sheriff’s Department arrested Carlson on a felony charge of criminal trespass and a misdemeanor charge of invasion of privacy.
According to police, Carlson was issued a criminal trespass warning on Oct. 23, which resulted in a protection order on Nov. 6. She also had been convicted of criminal trespass for a similar incident on the same property in April 2011.
Police were called to the victim’s Jackson Township home shortly after noon Saturday. Carlson told police she was dropping off Klondike bars.
The victim and his wife told police Carlson visits the property frequently and continues to drop off items. She came by three times on Saturday, they said, according to police.
According to the police report, Carlson insists the victim is Mick Jagger and that God tells her to go to his residence.