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James Rhein rented an excavator Monday and demolished the Middletown house, but police said he failed to notify the homeowner - his wife.

An Ohio man made national news nearly five years ago when he bulldozed his house ahead of foreclosure. A crushed couch, a crumpled sign, and some clothing are all that were left after a man took a bulldozer to the home that he lived in, reports CBS New York.

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A neighbor said Andryshak arrived home to 15kv hook up wire kit the house reduced to rubble and became very upset, but Rhein said she had recovered. I"m a good husband, what can I tell you?

He is due in court on Jan. Here's what the house looked like before. Amazingly, Andryshak told the station she and Rhein weren't having any marital problems before his last-minute demolition.

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Police said Rhein didn't file for any demolition permits and failed to notify utilities about his intended destruction. James Rhein rented an excavator Monday and demolished the Middletown house, but police said he failed to notify the homeowner — his wife.

He has been charged with second-degree criminal mischief, a felony, and could face additional charges in the incident. Andryshak was in shock when she saw what once was her house.

Amazingly, Andryshak told the station she and Rhein weren't having any marital problems before his last-minute demolition. Follow rawstory A New York man has been arrested after bulldozing the home where he lived with his wife.

The electric and gas services had to be turned off by emergency crews. James Rhein, 48, said the house was a "community asset.

A modest square foot ranch home on Woodland Avenue in Middletown, New York has been reduced to a pile of rubble by the owner's husband year-old James Rhein.

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Rhein claimed he did try to call his wife before tearing down the house, but she didn't pick up the phone, according to the New York Daily News. Rhein said the home was dilapidated and its foundation was crumbling from years of disrepair, so he decided to tear it down. A city crew turned off everything, police told the paper.

Andryshak came home to see the the house -- which was in her name only -- completely demolished, according to neighbor Steve Belfiglio. Instead, her hubby, James Rhein, chose to bulldoze it, without bothering to tell her -- or anyone else. He is due in court on Jan. Rhein allegedly attempted to get a permit, but couldn't because government offices were closed because of Martin Luther King, Jr.

He could have blew the block up, I suppose, Belfiglio said. Andryshak came home to see the the house -- which was in her name only -- completely demolished, according to neighbor Steve Belfiglio.

Records show the home is owned by Rhein's wife Diane Andryshak.

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He says they were living elsewhere while renovating the home. He claims he tried to call his wife to notify her of his intention, but she didn"t answer her phone.

Andryshak is still perplexed by her husband's actions and what the future holds. Washer, dryer, furnace, hot water heater, everything was still in there. He bulldozed all her clothes in there - washer, dryer, furnace, hot water heater, everything was still in there. So I took it down, that"s it, Rhein said.

Local officials were also caught off-guard. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.

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The sudden bulldozing didn't just take Andryshak by surprise. SPONSORED Records show Diane Andryshak, not Rhein, is listed as the sole owner of the property, which her husband rented, and police said he failed to obtain her permission before destroying the square-foot, three-bedroom ranch home.

I wonder what the "real" reason he did it for was. In fact, her medication was still in there. With all the utilities still on and all their belongings still inside. In fact, her medication was still in there," Belfiglio said.

It's a community asset," he said. He says they were living elsewhere while renovating the home.

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Get more stories like this in your inbox, every day. All that's left of a home bulldozed in Middletown, New York. He claims he tried to obtain a demolition permit but was unable because the office was closed for the federal holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Rhein told Westchester News 12 he tore down the house because the foundation was bad.

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Instead, her hubby, James Rhein, chose to bulldoze it, without bothering to tell her -- or anyone else. A city crew turned off everything, police told the paper. Officers who responded to a call about a "hazardous condition" made emergency calls to the local utilities to cut the gas and electricity and prevent an explosion, the Times Herald-Record reports.