Phoenix Serial Killer Dale Hausner – His Bio Explored

Dale Hausner was a Pheonix serial killer and arsonist. He was also a boxing photojournalist and a former custodian.

Since 1999, he has worked at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. He was also hired by RingSports and Fightnews.com.

In 2005, Hausner relapsed, and he and his partner, Samuel, committed drive-by shootings and arson in Arizona. They were high on methamphetamine at the time they committed the crimes.

Pedestrians and animals were Dale and Samuel’s primary targets. Meanwhile, they set a number of objects on fire in Pheonix, Arizona.

 

Charges – Was Dale Hausner Sentenced To 364 Years In Prison?

Dale Hausner was sentenced to six death sentences and 364 years in prison.

After his arrest, he was charged with 87 crimes including murder. During his first trial on 13 March 2009, he was found guilty of 80 of them.

Hausner was convicted of 6 murders, several attempted murders, drive-by shootings, aggravated assaults, cruelty to animals, firearms charges, and arson.

How Old Was His Age?

Dale Hausner was 40 years old when he left this world by committing suicide.

He was born on 4 February 1973 in Arizona, U.S. He was an American citizen and had a white ethnic background.

Hausner was arrested in 2006 when he was 33 years old. He was in prison from 2006 to 2013 until he killed himself.