Patrick, 30, was last seen the night of Dec. 5. Surveillance video shows the doctor being dropped off at her car in the Borgess Medical Center parking lot. Her car was later found abandoned in a ditch.
Sapp said in the document that Patrick joined his church, interacted with his children and went to his home after moving from California to West Michigan. He added that she even claimed to be married to the singer.
“She went to Michigan on purpose and I don’t believe it had anything to do with, ‘Oh, Michigan has a really great psychiatric residency program,’” said Ismael Calderon, Patrick’s ex-husband, who is concerned about her mental health.
In addition to the protective order, videos of Patrick recording messages to an apparent love interest have surfaced.
The investigators on this case are aware of the PPO, but are not saying how it plays into their ongoing investigation.
Sapp released this statement:
“Throughout my career, my family and I have fallen victim to inappropriate attempts to contact me by several unknown individuals. As a father of three and pastor of one of the largest congregations in West Michigan, I cannot to take this kind of obsessive attention lightly. Given these previous acts, I have taken several security measures which have included obtaining a protective order to ensure our safety. Not only am I concerned about my family, I am deeply concerned about the well-being of all families. My prayers of love, safety, reconciliation and support are always and forever with God’s children.”