But before you cast aspertions, know this: God told him to do it.
"He was not aggressive and was not mad," Erath County Sheriff Tommy Bryant told The Associated Press on Tuesday. "He just said he was on a mission from God, that God told him to come to Stephenville and led him to this ranch."
Bryant declined to say what Kozelka may have said about Jewel or her husband, and it's unclear if either was home at the time.
Kozelka, 50, was charged with stalking, a felony that carries a maximum 10-year jail sentence, according to jail records.
Kozelka is clearly blaming the wrong mythological entity here. If Jimmy Swaggart, Ted Haggard, and their ilk have taught us anything, it's that you're supposed to blame Satan after you get caught doing something weird. Chalking up misdeeds to a demonic red monster residing in the bowels of the earth = sane, potentially redemptive. Blaming omnipresent man in sky = insane, certainly delusional.