Rehoboth Beach Man Shot by Trooper Faces Numerous Charges
Keith M. Schueller
SMYRNA, Del. (WBOC/AP)- A man shot by a Delaware State Police trooper last month is now facing a variety of charges relating to the shooting and incidents of theft, shoplifting and burglary.
State police said 42-year-old Keith M. Schueller of Rehoboth Beach was formally charged Wednesday. Schueller has been released from the hospital and is being held on $53,000 bond.
He was shot on Feb. 19 after police say he swung a shovel at a trooper. The trooper had tried to arrest Schueller on active warrants. He faces charges including possession of a deadly weapon during a felony for his alleged actions on the day of the shooting.
Earlier that day and the previous day, police said Schueller stole cash from Auto Equity Loans in Rehoboth Beach, shoplifted shoes from Famous Footwear in Rehoboth Beach, shoplifted lottery tickets from Uncle Willies Texaco in Lewes, broke into the Safeway gas station in Rehoboth Beach and stole lottery tickets, shoplifted lottery tickets from the Rehoboth Cigarette Outlet in Rehoboth Beach and entered the impound yard of Blue Hen Towing in Lewes and forcibly removed fencing before fleeing.
Schueller is being held in the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $53,003 secured bond.
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