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Fairplay man pleads guilty to burglary, gets 20 years

August 10, 2007|By ERIN JULIUS

A Fairplay man accused of burglarizing a home in his neighborhood in May pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court to first-degree burglary, according to court documents.

William David Hasenbuhler was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Hasenbuhler, 41, was arrested after women at a home in the 17300 block of Spielman Road reported hearing a person inside their residence 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.

Police found Hasenbuhler, formerly of 17313 Spielman Road, near a wooded area, attempting to return to his home. He was scratched and wearing no shoes, police said.

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