sailor, DAVID HAHN, is currently in possession of a small nuclear breeder reactor in his home in the Detroit area. The reactor is apparently the size of a basketball and kept in a freezer surrounded by ice in HAHN's home. HAHN has allegedly experimented with nuclear reactors since childhood and was the subject of a book named, "Radioactive Boyscout" . . .
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Public records searches over the internet appear to confirm that a DAVID HAHN (born 1976) did attempt to build a nuclear reactor in Commerce Township Michigan when he was 17 years old. . .A basketball-sized nuclear reactor in Hahn's freezer? Maybe Ben & Jerry's will be launching a "Radioactive Boyscout" pint: strawberry ice cream with chunks of yellowcake and jalapeno, and a swirl of mushroom cloud.
[D]avid HAHN is using cocaine heavily, and is not taking his prescribed medication for a mental illness [REDACTED IN REPORT] described HAHN as paranoid; HAHN believes the people have the ability to "shock" his genitalis with their minds, and that they are doing so on a regular basis. [REDACTED IN REPORT] stated he has study [sic] witchcraft and knows that this is not possible and has tried to reassure HAHN of this fact. HAHN may also be visiting prostitutes on a regularly [sic]. [REDACTED IN REPORT] believes he is still trying to build a nuclear reactor, and is accumulating anything with radium in it, mainly used watches or alarm clocks. HAHN also conducted an experiment in his home using electrical transformers from telephone poles, and caused a fire in his home. [REDACTED IN REPORT] does not believe that HAHN intended to hurt anyone, but is concerned about his unstable mental state. . .
[H]AHN stated he is on disability because he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. HAHN said he also has radiation poisoning from his prior contact with radioactive substances. . .
Later lifeOn August 1, 2007, Hahn was charged with larceny in Clinton Township, Michigan for allegedly removing a number of smoke detectors from the halls of his apartment building. His intention was to obtain americium from them. In his mug shot, his face is covered with sores which investigators believe are from exposure to radioactive materials. During a Circuit Court hearing, Hahn pleaded guilty to attempted larceny of a building. The court's online docket said prosecutors recommended that he be sentenced to time served and enter an inpatient treatment facility. Under terms of the plea, the original charge of larceny of a building would be dismissed at sentencing, scheduled for October 4. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail for attempted larceny. Court records stated that his sentence would be delayed by six months while Hahn underwent medical treatment in the psychiatric unit of Macomb County Jail.
Hahn has numerous burn marks on his face, which are similar to the marks Hahn had on his face when he was building the reactor. Det. [REDACTED IN REPORT] stated that perhaps Hahn is again attempting to build a reactor or is using radioactive materials. Det. [REDACTED IN REPORT] believes Hahn is currently on probation for drug possession. . .