HILLSBORO, Ore. (KOIN 6) — A judge said Tuesday that due to scheduling conflicts, a hearing for the criminal case against Dave Dahl, the founder of Dave’s Killer Bread, has been pushed back.
The new hearing — known as a stipulated facts trial — is set to for Oct. 17 at 3 p.m. Following that hearing, Dahl will be back in court 30 to 45 days later.
Legal observers said it is likely the judge will make a finding of guilty except for insanity.
The judge is likely to place the Dahl under the jurisdiction of the Oregon Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB) or the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), officials said.
Dahl was arrested Nov. 14, 2013 after police were called to a Cedar Hills home on reports of a disturbance.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office reported at the time that Dahl led deputies on a short pursuit and damaged three patrol vehicles. Three deputies were transported to area hospitals suffering from non-life-threatening injuries.