Greene County Man Well Armed During Fatal Standoff
State investigators say the man who died after holding Yellow Springs police at-bay last week had several guns stashed in his home.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation says 42-year-old Paul Schenck had four high-powered guns and two-thousand rounds of ammunition in his home. Investigators say Schenck and police officers fired nearly 200 shots during the six-hour standoff, damaging neighboring homes and police cruisers. Investigators have yet to say whether Schenck was killed by police or took his own life.