‘Incredibly intoxicated’ man who shot his dog and then BARBECUE him over fire

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A Pennsylvania man faces multiple criminal charges after shooting his dog and then barbecuing in his front yard.

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania.

He was charged with serious cruelty to animals, firing a firearm into an occupied building, reckless threats and related offenses, according to court documents.

Police were called to Lukyanchikov’s house at around 7 a.m. on Friday after receiving an open fire on his front yard, police said. Philadelphia Inquirer.

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania.  He was charged with serious cruelty to animals, firing a firearm into an occupied building, reckless threats and related offenses, according to court documents.  (Source: Facebook)

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania. He was charged with serious cruelty to animals, firing a firearm into an occupied building, reckless threats and related offenses, according to court documents. (Source: Facebook)

Photos of Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48 pets on his Facebook page.  He was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania.  He was charged with serious cruelty to animals, firing a firearm into an occupied building, reckless threats and related offenses, according to court documents.  (Source: Facebook)

Photos of Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48 pets on his Facebook page. He was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania. He was charged with serious cruelty to animals, firing a firearm into an occupied building, reckless threats and related offenses, according to court documents. (Source: Facebook)

Police discovered Lukyanchikov sitting on a bench in the garden while he was so “incredibly drunk” he couldn’t speak.

He set $ 100 bills on fire with lighter fluid in a metal firepit in front of him. In the pit was a barbecue grill with a badly burned little dog.

After the police put out the fire in the metal pit, they discovered that the dog had been shot in the eye.

“Once the fire was under control, the patrol saw an unknown animal badly burned and charred atop a small metal charcoal grill,” Northampton Township police said.

“It was later learned that the animal was Lukyanchikov’s dog.”

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania.  Police discovered him sitting on a bench in the yard, so

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, was arrested early Friday at his home in Northampton Township, Pennsylvania. Police discovered him sitting on a bench in the yard, so “incredibly drunk” he couldn’t speak.

The pet owner’s roommate told police she had heard gunshots from his room earlier in the day. Lukyanchikov reportedly later admitted to shooting his dog with his 9mm Beretta pistol.

While he was at his house, police found blood in the hallway of the house and bullet holes in a bedroom.

Police later found a weapon on the spot similar to the 9mm Beretta pistol that Lukyanchikov allegedly used to kill the dog.

Meanwhile, the alleged pet killer portrayed himself on social media as an animal lover.

In 2017, Lukyanchikov shared a photo on Facebook of five dogs decorated with holiday lights in front of a Christmas tree, according to the New York Post.

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, portrayed himself as an animal lover on his Facebook page.

Nikolay Lukyanchikov, 48, portrayed himself as an animal lover on his Facebook page.

In 2017, Lukyanchikov shared a photo on Facebook of five dogs decorated with holiday lights in front of a Christmas tree.  In the post, Lukyanchikov wished family and friends prosperity in 2018 - which he noted was a 'Year of the Dogs' in the Chinese zodiac.  'In the Year of the Dogs I wish you unlimited success, health and pleasure!  May there be much joy and laughter [and] you are surrounded by your loved ones!  '

In 2017, Lukyanchikov shared a photo on Facebook of five dogs decorated with holiday lights in front of a Christmas tree. In the post, Lukyanchikov wished family and friends prosperity in 2018 – which he noted was a ‘Year of the Dogs’ in the Chinese zodiac. ‘In the Year of the Dogs I wish you unlimited success, health and pleasure! May there be much joy and laughter [and] you are surrounded by your loved ones! ‘

In the post, Lukyanchikov wished family and friends prosperity in 2018 – which he noted was a ‘Year of the Dogs’ in the Chinese zodiac.

‘In the Year of the Dogs I wish you unlimited success, health and pleasure! May there be much joy and laughter [and] you are surrounded by your loved ones! ‘

He wrote in Russian on a Facebook post.

Not a word if the dogs in the photo were among the animals who died in the incident.

Lukyanchikov remains in custody in lieu of $ 1 million bail after prosecutors argued he was a danger to the community, combined with the seriousness of his animal cruelty charges.

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