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A York County man has been criminally charged after police said he helped his stepfather stage a robbery in an attempt to help him delay paying a debt.
Darren T. Haines, 26, is facing misdemeanor charges of making false reports to police and criminal mischief.
Haines is the stepson of Dennis C. Schaller, 51, said Spring Garden Township police Chief George Swartz.Jan. 13.
Further investigation revealed that Haines and Schaller drove that night to a business in the 600 block of Loucks Mill Road in the township. As they were pulling up to the location, Haines told police that a gun was dropped accidentally and discharged, sending a bullet into Schaller's lower back, Swartz said.
The two men then staged a robbery and assault in front of a security camera to a business, hoping police would believe Schaller s gunshot wound occurred in that encounter, Swartz said.
Haines, who posed as the assailant, is also accused of firing a bullet through the security camera and a glass door to the business. He then took off from the area and was the person police were searching for in .
This thing was set up for failure from the very beginning, Swartz said. It was a comedy of errors.
Charges were filed Feb. 11 against Schaller and his next court appearance is scheduled for May 2. The charges against Haines were filed last Monday and he is scheduled to appear May 7 for a preliminary court hearing.
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