The Delaware County District Attorney's Office has agreed to compensate a Trainer man for damage to his home that occurred when a SWAT team attempted to capture killer Mark Geisenheyner there Monday.
Geisenheyner had gone to the home of Gary Krobath, a friend, after shooting five people Saturday night in a Douglass Township, Montgomery County, farmhouse. Three of those people have died.
Krobath tipped off police to Geisenheyner's presence at his home, triggering a seven-hour standoff that ended with Geisenheyner's death and extensive damage to Krobath's rented property.
Delaware County district attorney's officials said their office and the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office were treating Krobath and his landlords, Jack and Pat Elliott, as crime victims.