He was saying “It’s aliens.”
A Trenton man is facing charges of false public alarm after he allegedly tried to call in an alien invasion to the county’s special services school district twice in nine days, police said.
It was unclear why [Dennis] Morris made phone calls on Feb. 25 and March 6 on a main line an administrator wound up answering.
In the calls, Morris said he was being followed by aliens, that they had taken people, and they were coming to abduct more, Stevens said.
“And he was warning the school that there were ‘robot aliens,’” Stevens said.
The school contacted police to report the calls. False public alarm is an offense. But they obviously did not think the claim was credible. Police traced the call and arrested Morris at a train station where the calls originated.
Once again, we see a possible case of paranoid schizophrenia that causes problems in the greater society. I still wonder if modern media fuels these delusions beliefs in troubled people. But, really, I wish that people could get the mental help they need.