1. Barry Swegle, a 51-year-old man from Washington State, destroyed four homes and knocked out power to thousands of people while rampaging through a neighborhood on a bulldozer.
2. Swegle was reported as being “highly agitated.”
3. It’s unclear exactly what set him off. Though a neighbor named Phil Riley told The Seattle Times there was a disagreement over property lines that had been brewing for a long time.
4. Swegle’s neighbors also said that from time to time Swegle would use the bulldozer to dig random holes in his yard at night.
5. Thousands in Clallam County lost power when Swegle hit a utility pole while riding through the area.
6. Luckily, no one was injured during the rampage.
7. According to The Peninsula Daily, Swegle was charged with malicious mischief in the first degree, a Class B felony, with no bond set.
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