Virginia teen who scaled Trump Tower had problems at home

wlni-defaultNEW YORK (AP) – A Virginia teenager who climbed partway up Trump Tower in New York City had a history of problems at home. A police report says he ran away from home in 2014 after arguing with his parents about his obsession with a political blog. His parents told police he was spending too much time on the blog and neglecting his schoolwork. They said he was planning to travel to Miami to live on the streets. The teenager was identified as 19-year-old Stephen Rogata, of Great Falls, Virginia. He remained under psychiatric evaluation at a hospital Thursday, a day after he was arrested on charges of reckless endangerment. He told police he wanted to meet with Trump.

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