Boston Police Found Priest, after Man Fitting His Description Cames to 7news Studio

November 10, 2007

BOSTON, Mass. — Boston Police have found the priest who is accused of stalking Conan O'Brien, after hours of searching. Reverend David Ajemian is on his way to a Boston hospital for observation.

Ajemian was reported missing around 3:30pm Saturday. His parents told police that Ajemian left their home in Back Bay around 12:30pm to go for a walk. Ajemian never returned.

In a strange twist, a man fitting Ajemian's description came to 7News station, around 4pm, demanding to speak to an employee he had been sending e-mails to.

That man was very aggressive and had to be physically removed from the lobby of the building, by another man who accompanied him. Both men left the scene on foot.

Rev. Ajemian is out on 2,500 dollars cash bond. He is accused of stalking and harassing late night talk show host Conan O'Brien.

The former Stoneham priest was found mentally fit to stand trial Friday in hearing in New York.

Ajemian was arrested when he tried to enter a taping of the Late Night with Conan O'Brien Show. He was warned by NBC to stay away because of threatening letters and postcards allegedly sent to O'Brien.

Ajemian's attorney revealed that he has received psychological treatment in the past.

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