Michael Weilert claims he’s a doctor, but he’s not. In fact, some call him downright deranged. But he has made everyday life impossible for two hospitals and four police officers and security officers who were in court Friday pleading to stop the madness.
In a bizarre story right out of a suspense novel, police say that Weilert was caught at several area hospitals pretending to be a doctor and was evicted off the premises.
Most would think that this would be the end of the story and Weilert would go on his way knowing that his make believe world had been crushed and that he would come back to reality. Most would think that anyways but not him.
In fact, Miami officers say that things only escalated and he turned the tables on them and ruined more than just their day.
In court Friday the judge asked Weilert if he was represented by an attorney and his reply, one of fiction to nobody’s surprise was that his attorney was Roy Black.
Weilert continued to claim that his lawyer was the famed Roy Black–a delusion. And it’s not the first one.
Photos allegedly exist of Weilert taken at UM Jackson Memorial Hospital, where security found him wandering hallways and offices pretending to be a doctor. He was ordered to leave. It was much the same at Miami Children’s Hospital where Weilert was ordered to leave when he showed up claiming to be a doctor and demanding VIP treatment.
Records show he responded by filing domestic violence restraining orders against those who questioned him–two police officers who were working at Miami Children’s, security consultant Wayne Black, and a top level security official at Jackson. Police say that Weilert went through the channels and obtained restraining orders against the police and security officers who had questioned his credentials and ejected him from the hospitals.
He was able to weave a tall tale to the clerks and judges who processed the restraining orders against the officers and hospital security, after WeIlert claimed they exhibited “homicidal thoughts”, “stalking behavior”, and inflicted “severe injury” on him using “sadistic, terrorist acts.” The “system” issued the restraining orders first and left questions for later, apparently unaware the alleged abusers were lawmen trying to protect hospitals and their patients.
They never investigated his claim and had they researched it a little bit they would have found out that we were cops and that he had a grudge against us one officer said.
The matter is serious because when a restraining order is issued against someone, they must surrender their guns and gun permits. “What it’s done with the police officers it’s taken away their badges and guns,” said Wayne Black, security consultant. “This is a guy who is obviously deranged, he’s stalking the hospitals and he’s turned the tables on them.” “He’s certainly taken a lot of time and energy that could have been used for other things, but the good thing is we’ve been,” said Kimarie Stratos, a lawyer for the hospital. “The system needs to change a little bit, people need to take a closer look.
It’s easy for the clerk’s office to say it’s the judge’s fault or vice versa, but the system needs to change,” said Black. Weilert has a rap sheet of arrests stretching the length of a conference table, including lots of fraud. In Ft. Myers he was charged with perjury, ID theft, and making false claims about who and what he was.
He was ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial.
In court Friday the judge quickly realized what the true situation was and had Weilert taken into custody.Now, maybe the officers can be reinstated and their records cleared of any wrong doing a police official said.
“I’d like to have these handcuffs removed if it’s okay with the state. As I am in excruciating and extreme pain,” he said in court Friday.
The judge did not order the handcuffs removed today, and Weilert–if that is his name–was taken away, under arrest for perjury.
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