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Fairplay man held in home burglary

June 01, 2007

FAIRPLAY - A Fairplay man accused of burglarizing a neighbor's home told authorities he planned to have a showdown with police with the guns he is accused of stealing, according to a charging document.

William David Hasenbuhler, 41, of 17313 Spielman Road, who was ordered held in jail without bail Wednesday, said after being arrested on Monday in connection with the burglary that he was depressed and wanted to get killed by police, according to the document.

Hasenbuhler is charged with first-degree burglary, third-degree burglary, fourth-degree burglary, theft of more than $500 and malicious destruction of property, according to court documents.

Hasenbuhler was arrested after women at a home in the 17300 block of Spielman Road reported hearing a person inside their residence on Monday about 10:30 p.m. After leaving the residence, the women said they saw a man in the window of a second-floor bedroom. After the burglary, Hasenbuhler's father allegedly found several guns that he did not own, and he told police he believed his son was involved.

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Police found Hasenbuhler near a wooded area, attempting to return to his home. He was scratched and wearing no shoes.

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