UPDATED: October 23, 2014 5:30 p.m.

WASHINGTON (WNEW/AP) — The latest person to climb over the White House fence had the paranoid belief he was being watched by cameras and had previously been arrested at the executive mansion, his father said.

Dominic Adesanya, of Bel Air, Maryland, was ordered held without bond in an appearance Thursday before a federal magistrate judge. Wearing blue prison garb, he resisted being taken away and started talking as two deputy marshals removed him from the courtroom.

He is now in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service for the previous outstanding warrant, Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary says. He has also been charged with four new misdemeanor counts of resisting arrest and unlawful entry, and felonies for assaulting two police dogs and making threats.

A preliminary hearing and detention hearing have been scheduled for Monday.

According to court documents Adesanya was arrested near the White House just a few months before.

On July 27, he was arrested and charged with unlawful entry of the White House complex. He appeared in D.C. Superior Court, was released on July 29 and was ordered to get an outpatient forensic screening.

The very next day, July 30, he was arrested again, this time charged with one count of unlawful entry at the U.S. Treasury Department building grounds, as well as three counts of assaulting, resisting or interfering with a police officer. He was released on July 31.

Adesanya was due back in court on Sept. 9 and failed to appear. A warrant was then issued for his arrest.

WNEW Senior Correspondent Mark Segraves reports that Adesanya appeared in D.C. Superior Court Thursday morning because of his two prior arrests.

Adesanya appeared in federal court later Thursday because of Wednesday night’s incident. He is being held without bond pending a hearing on Monday.

The judge ordered a psychiatric evaluation.

Stevenson University tells WNEW that Adesanya had been a student at the university for the short period of time from January 2013 to December 2013, transferring from a community college. While he was a student, he was a member of the DIII track team.

After climbing over the fence Wednesday, Adesanya was swiftly apprehended on the North Lawn by uniformed Secret Service agents and their dogs. He was unarmed when he was arrested.

President Barack Obama was at the White House at the time of Wednesday’s incident.

Video of the incident recorded by TV news cameras shows a man in white shorts on the lawn just inside the fence. The man lifts his shirt as if to show that he is unarmed, then is seen kicking and punching the two Secret Service dogs.


 
Leary said the two dogs, named Hurricane and Jordan, were taken to a veterinarian and treated for minor bruising. Both dogs were cleared to return to duty.

The incident came about a month after a previous White House fence jumper carrying a knife sprinted across the same lawn, ran past armed uniformed agents and entered the mansion before he was felled in the ceremonial East Room and taken into custody.

That embarrassing Sept. 19 incident preceded the disclosure of other serious Secret Service breaches in security for Obama and ultimately led to Julia Pierson’s resignation as director of the agency after 18 months on the job.

After Pierson resigned, an agent who once led Obama’s protective detail came out of retirement to lead the Secret Service until Obama names a new director, pending the completion of internal and independent reviews of agency practices.

This week, a federal judge delayed the arraignment of Omar Gonzalez, the man charged in September’s fence-jumping incident, because of questions about his mental fitness to stand trial.

Gonzalez has been indicted on several charges, including carrying a knife into the White House and assaulting two Secret Service officers.

The latest security breach occurred the same day that a gunman went on a rampage in the Canadian capital of Ottawa.

WNEW Senior Correspondent Mark Segraves contributed to this report. Follow Mark and WNEW on Twitter.

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