Judge deciding fate of Dave's Killer Bread co-founder

HILLSBORO, Ore. (AP) — A judge in Hillsboro is deciding Friday whether to send the co-founder of Dave's Killer bread to a state mental hospital or allow him to remain free with conditions.

Dave Dahl was found guilty except for insanity on assault charges related to a police chase and crash in 2013 in Washington County.

The Oregonian reports the court judgment did not count as a conviction, but put Dahl in the jurisdiction of the state Psychiatric Security Review Board. The judge is holding a disposition hearing.

The 52-year-old is known as the ex-con who co-founded the Milwaukie bread company with a label that bears his image.