Police in Newport, Rhode Island, were so concerned about Alexis' behavior on a business trip there in August that they alerted Navy police.
Alexis told police he believed people were following him and "sending vibrations into his body," according to a Newport police report.
He told police that he had twice moved hotels to avoid the noise he heard coming through the floor and the ceiling of his rooms, and that the people following him were using "some sort of microwave machine" to prevent him from sleeping.
"Based on the naval base implications and the claim that the involved subject, one (Aaron Alexis) was 'hearing voices,' I made contact with the on-duty Naval Station police," a Newport police officer wrote, adding that he faxed his report of the incident to Navy police.
The Newport police report said Navy police had promised to check if Alexis was in fact a naval base contractor.
Asked for comment, a spokesman said the Navy was looking into the matter, without confirming any details.
In addition, CNN reported that Alexis had contacted two Veterans Administration hospitals recently and was believed to be seeking psychological help.
"Initial reports indicate that this is an individual who may have had some mental health problems," U.S. President Barack Obama told Spanish-language network Telemundo.
"The fact that we do not have a firm enough background check system is something that makes us more vulnerable to these kinds of mass shootings."The symptoms complained of by Alexis are consistent with someone subject to mind control. The CIA for decades victimized innocent people by conducting mind control experiments on them under its controversial MK-Ultra program, a controversial program it conceived using psychotic drugs in order to get unwitting persons to carry out assassinations and other dastardly acts without their voluntary assent. The VA treats those suffering from mental illness with psychiatric drugs. If you haven't noticed, virtually every mass shooter in recent years in the United States was carried out by someone being prescribed psychiatric drugs. Wake up, America.