Criminal Tresspass/Disorderly Conduct Med For Depression 2010-11-05 Wisconsin Man Goes Berserk: Family Thinks Med is Responsible
Summary:

Last three paragraphs read:  "Gagnon and his mother denied his involvement in any of the incidents, the report states. His mother said he suffers from anxiety and depression and that his prescription recently had changed and she thought the change might be affecting him. She said she was trying to make arrangements for him to be voluntarily committed to a mental health facility."

"On Oct. 28, officers responded to another complaint from Gagnon's neighbor, according to a police report. The neighbor reported he had seen Gagnon stepping on his fence posts, bending them and breaking eight of the posts off at the ground."

"Gagnon said he believes some of the things he has been doing are a result of his medication. He agreed to be hospitalized and was taken to a Milwaukee hospital, the report states."
        


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Two Rivers arrests

Herald Times Reporter • November 4, 2010

TR man arrested for trespassing

TWO RIVERS ­ Thomas Lee Gagnon, 49, of Two Rivers was arrested Oct. 22 in the 2500 block of 34th Street for criminal trespass to property and disorderly conduct, according to the Two Rivers Police Department. Additional charges of property damage and bail jumping were referred against him following an incident that allegedly occurred Oct. 28.

Officers were dispatched to the location three times within 24 hours, according to the police report regarding the Oct. 22 incident. Gagnon's neighbor reported Gagnon had turned the neighbor's flag upside down, torn down the rock walls in front of the neighbor's residence and written something on the driveway about killing a dog. Later, he reported the rock retaining walls in the back yard also had been toppled, and the fence between the two properties was bent as if someone had climbed over it. The neighbor said he had seen Gagnon tearing down the rock walls. He also said other items in the backyard were scattered around the lawn.

The neighbor and his wife said they were increasingly afraid for their property and their safety, according to the report.

Gagnon and his mother denied his involvement in any of the incidents, the report states. His mother said he suffers from anxiety and depression and that his prescription recently had changed and she thought the change might be affecting him. She said she was trying to make arrangements for him to be voluntarily committed to a mental health facility.

On Oct. 28, officers responded to another complaint from Gagnon's neighbor, according to a police report. The neighbor reported he had seen Gagnon stepping on his fence posts, bending them and breaking eight of the posts off at the ground.

Gagnon said he believes some of the things he has been doing are a result of his medication. He agreed to be hospitalized and was taken to a Milwaukee hospital, the report states