Man Breaks Into Lady’s Home With Two 12-packs of Beer, Did Not Want To Drink Alone

by Kim Boateng Posted on September 21st, 2017

A drunk Pennsylvania man, who did not want to drink all by himself, allegedly forced his way into a woman’s home and sat down with two 12-packs of beer. Sean Patrick Haller, 39, was arrested on September 12 after he reportedly entered the woman’s apartment at the 30 Highland Manor complex shortly after 10pm and refused to leave, according to Southern Regional police.

The woman then called the police who said witnesses had seen the same man banging on the door and windows of the apartment.

The resident told police that she knew it was Haller because she recognized him from another encounter, in which she reportedly saw him scare children at a nearby playground while wearing a mask.

He appeared to be intoxicated during that incident as well, the witness said.

When police spoke to the woman from the other apartment, she said the only thing taken from her residence was a shirt belonging from Haller.

Haller faces multiple charges including criminal trespass disorderly conduct, loitering and prowling at night, and public drunkenness after the incident. Haller remains in the York County jail (pictured) and faces a preliminary hearing on November 1

The woman did not disclose the relationship between her and Haller, but it appeared the two knew each other.

Haller faces multiple charges including criminal trespass disorderly conduct, loitering and prowling at night, and public drunkenness after the incident.

While in custody, police said they found three Xanax pills in Haller’s possession. He told authorities that he had a prescription for the drugs.


Photo: Sean Haller allegedly forced his way into a woman’s home and sat down with two 12-packs of beer

He was then charged with illegal possession of a prescription drug. Haller remains in the York County jail and faces a preliminary hearing on November 1.

When officers entered the apartment, they found Haller sitting at a table.

The resident of the home told police that Haller was extremely intoxicated and had fallen into the table, breaking a glass plant holder and a glass lamp.

Police arrested Haller and spoke to other witnesses who said Haller had entered another apartment while the owner wasn’t home earlier in the day.

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