Man Allegedly Destroyed Neighbor's Home with Bulldozer

A long running property dispute has ended with one man in jail on $1 Million bail.
1:45 | 05/17/13

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Now to the story of one of the nastiest neighbors you could ever imagine. Barry took a property fight with his neighbors to a new level when he went on a bulldozer rampage that got him arrested, held on $1 million bail and abc's david wright has the 911 tape that captured all the action. A guy with a t9 bulldozer that just come on to my property, knocked my fence and knocked my house down. Reporter: In the remote pacific northwest, a chilling 911 call. He totally wrecked my property altogether. Just totally wiped it out. He's smashing my house plum to eces. Rter: A dispute between two neighbors runmuck to the point one neighbor climbed into a bulldozer. Now he's going right through the center of the house. Okay. All right. What's his name? Barry swegle. You better get some cops up here with some guns because this son of a gun is crazy. Reporter: The caller describes him going on to destroy his brand-new truck. Now he's backing heading over my truck. Heading right over my new december pickup. Right over the top of it. Now he's going over to t cab and running over it. Now I don't have a house. I don't have a truck. I don't have power on my property. Totally destroyed my house, totally. Reporter:51-year-old barry swegle is charged with assault, battery and malicious mischief. It started with a long-running property dispute. I've known him for many years. He has no history of anything like this, nothing even close. Apparently he was not interested in hurting anybody because nobody was hurt. Reporter: Swegle is a lumberjack. He owns the tractor and pleaded not guilty. For "good morning america," david wright, abc news. Wow. That's a lot of devastation.

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