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Crime Pennsylvania Man Accused of Shooting His Small Dog and Grilling the Remains

02:25  05 may  2021
02:25  05 may  2021 Source:   lawandcrime.com

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Nikolay Lukyanchikov

Authorities in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania say a local man shot his dog, then charred the remains on a charcoal grill.

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 49, was arrested Friday. Police said they responded to a report of a fire pit and couch on fire in the front yard of a home on Holly Knoll Drive at about 7:12 a.m. Officers claimed to find the defendant Lukyanchikov sitting on a bench near a fire. He had his gun to his right on the bench. Cops said they discovered a badly burned and charred “unknown animal” on top of a small metal charcoal grill.

They later determined this was the defendant’s dog.

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The defendant shot the dog before the grilling, according to prosecutors and the affidavit in Philadelphia Inquirer report. Bail was set at $1 million in Bucks County Corrections. The state argued the defendant was a danger to the community.

Officers described Lukyanchikov as “incredibly intoxicated” and unable to talk. He was setting $100 bills on fire with lighter fluid inside a metal pit, which had a barbecue grate on it. On the grate was the badly burned animal.

Cops put out the fire and determined the victim was a small dog. According to investigators, the defendant’s roommate told cops she heard gunshots from his room, and that he admitted shooting the dog. Police said they found bullet holes in a bedroom, blood and gore in the hallway, and a gun.

[Mugshot via Northampton Township Police Department]

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