Old time readers of Autism's Gadfly will remember that I've previously written about Darius McCollum, the individual alleging to have Asperger's syndrome who has OCD and an uncontrollable desire to take joyrides in busses and trains. For the uninitiated, to recap briefly, McCollum spent a great deal of time learning about the new york city subway system and would hang out with personnel and learn all the ins and outs. He would spend time impersonating the subway drivers and actually drive the subways. When he wasn't doing this, he'd steal buses and drive them. He's been arrested multiple times for his offenses and has done some years of prison time. He knew what he was doing was wrong but could not help himself. Various medications to control his OCD didn't work. After serving time in prison, he was paroled.
Unfortunately, he's in the joint again for violating his parole. He missed two meetings with his parole officer. Neurodiversity still hasn't offered a solution to Mr. McCollum's dilemma. I'm still waiting.