Three young men are facing multiple charges after allegedly burglarizing a Minnesota State Trooper’s home in New Prague on three separate occasions. New Prague Police Chief Mark Vosejpka says that the crimes apparently occurred after one of the suspects, 19-year-old William Underhill of Burnsville saw a Facebook post regarding the Trooper and his family being on vacation. Underhill allegedly recruited Rosemount residents 20-year-old Zachary Wickenheiser and 20-year-old Tam Hong to break into the home with him in an effort to find valuables to sell for drug money. They apparently entered the home a second time to search for more money, and then a third time in an unsuccessful attempt to open a safe. Various personal items were stolen, including firearms and even the Trooper’s badge. All 3 suspects are in custody, and are awaiting their first appearances in Le Sueur County Court.