Report: Suspected Creeper Doc Texts Sparked Fear He Might 86 Himself

Another look at recent medical drama and resulting impact to the community . . .

"A heavily redacted probable-cause statement alleges that on Oct. 28, Kansas City, Missouri, police officers were dispatched to an undisclosed location to meet with an individual whose name is censored in court documents. The person had found hidden video cameras that allegedly belonged to Aalbers, the statement says. The location of the cameras also is redacted.

"Later, the individual contacted the police department to say that Aalbers was sending suicidal texts, according to the statement.

"Aalbers was found by police in Lenexa, Kansas, and taken to Advent Health Medical System in Merriam, Kansas, where he received mental health treatment. At intake, per hospital policy, officials there took a backpack that allegedly contained two laptops, two iPads and a cellphone, according to the statement.

"On Oct. 30, the reporting individual contacted police to say that Aalbers had asked them to come to Advent Health, retrieve the backpack and destroy the electronics because there was “bad stuff” on them, the probable-cause statement alleges.

"Kansas City police requested help from the FBI. A federal judge issued search warrants on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 for the devices at Advent Health."

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