KOIN said that Dillingham allegedly "made the explosive device on his home work bench using black powder from fireworks." He owns a fireworks stand called Thundershack Fireworks. The website has been taken down but the Facebook page is still online.
Dillingham then allegedly "strapped it around the dog’s neck and fed the dog treats to keep it from trying to wriggle out of the bomb."
Dillingham has long arrest history dating back to September 1993, when he was charged with unauthorized use...
Dillingham has long arrest history dating back to September 1993, when he was charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle in Oregon. He was arrested in 1998 for drunken driving, and in 2007 and 2009 on assault charges in Washington.
He already faces charges of second-degree malicious mischief, reckless endangerment and possession of explosive devices. Animal cruelty is a Class C felony in Washington with a maximum penalty of 5 years. He's being held on $500,000 bail.
How bout we put that shit on him then blow him up. Scum bag! Hope you rott in HELL!
Il faut que cet homme ne ressorte pas de prison car il est fou.Le mettre dans un hopital spychiatrique attaché pour la vie.
Stick him in with ""fighting pittbulls""for a day ! A dogs revenge ;) I wanna watch!
Not very proud to be an Oregonian today :~(
Hey [email protected] what do you think of this article..Should we destroy the human race for such actions like your suggestion of destroying a particular breed..or is it OK for humans to act this way...
Washington state has strong animal cruelty laws to protect animals from abuse and neglect.
RCW 16.52.205: Animal cruelty in the first degree:
(1) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized in law, he or she intentionally
(a) inflicts substantial pain on,
(b) causes physical injury to, or
(c) kills an animal by a means causing undue suffering, or forces a minor to inflict unnecessary pain, injury, or death on an animal.
(2) A person is guilty of...
(2) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized by law, he or she, with criminal negligence, starves, dehydrates, or suffocates an animal and as a result causes:
(a) Substantial and unjustifiable physical pain that extends for a period sufficient to cause considerable suffering; or
Psych eval, medications, incarceration