Man charged with doing 'doughnuts' at Donald Trump's golf course

Paola Ditto
Settembre 11, 2019

A man has been arrested for allegedly driving onto Donald Trump's golf course and performing "donuts" just over a week after he is claimed to have broken into Taylor Swift's multi-million dollar mansion.

Last Sunday, police returned to the golf course when a witness reported seeing a blue Ford compact vehicle with a Rutgers sticker driving in circles on the green of the 13th hole.

McEwan allegedly struck again on September 8, around 3:30 p.m. Bedminster cops arrived at the course and saw a blue Ford with a Rutgers sticker, driven by a younger man described as white. Police were able to track McEwan's license plate number, which led to his arrest on Tuesday.

He was arrested for allegedly breaking into Taylor Swift's home on August 30.

They identified the driver as McEwan who has since been charged with a third degree count of Criminal Mischief.

A spokesperson for the Trump Organization said in a statement on Tuesday that McEwan "will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law".

Two weeks ago, McEwan was arrested in Rhode Island for allegedly breaking into pop superstar Taylor Swift's beach home. The Westerly Sun newspaper in Rhode Island said that McEwan hopped a fence and broke a glass door to enter Swift's home.

McEwan later told investigators he took off his orange shoes when he got inside because he was taught it was polite to remove shoes when a guest in someone's home.

For the most recent allegations at the golf course, Trump was reported to not be at the location but did spend time there during July, according to his public schedule.

He posted $5,000 bond for the charges of breaking and entering a home without the owner's consent and willful trespassing. New Jersey prosecutors confirmed it was the same man.

The first incident of vandalism at Trump's New Jersey course occurred later that day, at about 5.30pm.

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