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Del. Chiropractor Faces Burglary, Peeping Charges

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NEWARK, Del. (AP) - A Delaware chiropractor has been arrested following a burglary and peeping incident in Newark.
    
Thirty-nine-year-old Sean Maas of Wilmington was arrested early Wednesday after a man was seen near a first-floor window of a Choate St. home.
    
Officers found Maas nearby, with women's lingerie hanging from his waistband. Maas began to run away, and an officer fired a Taser into his back, causing him to fall. Maas was treated for injuries to his face and a broken tooth.
    
Maas is charged with burglary, theft, resisting arrest and trespass with intent to peep or peer. He was released on $8,000 unsecured bail.
    
Maas, who also coaches a girls' club soccer team, did not immediately return a message left at his chiropractic office. The voicemail box at his home was full.

 

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