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UPDATED--Hausenfleck knew intruders, police say

Neighbors were shocked at this crime on Williamsburg Dr. in the Lincoln Woods neighborhood of Sylvania. Neighbors were shocked at this crime on Williamsburg Dr. in the Lincoln Woods neighborhood of Sylvania.

SYLVANIA (WTOL) - Sylvania police say Clay Hausenfleck knew the people who tried to steal his marijuana in August, an incident that resulted in the death of one of the people.

Police say when David Irving, 31, and Louis Mason broke into Clay Hausenfleck's home on Williamsburg Drive in August to steal his 200 marijuana plants, Hausenfleck woke up and shot and killed Mason.

They say Irving ran off with Billy Wilkinson, 33, who is now facing a charge of aggravated burglary. Irving's girlfriend, Julie Britton, 25, has been charged with complicity to aggravated burglary.

Hausenfleck's neighbors say they are glad to see this investigation continue. Many have gotten new alarm systems, even after the marijuana plants were removed and Hausenfleck was charged with drug offenses.

Irving, from Ottawa Hills, remains at large. Irving is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on Irving's whereabouts is asked to contact Sylvania Township police at 419-885-8900 or CrimeStoppers at 419-255-1111.

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