HILDA JESENIA NOORDHOEK gifted with probation for murdering ex-boyfriend’s dog with a baseball bat

Updated: Apr 26

- Kansas, USA -

On Wednesday, April 21, Sedgwick County District Judge KEVIN SMITH gifted 32-year-old HILDA JESENIA NOORDHOEK (pictured below), with 24 months of PROBATION for breaking into her ex-boyfriend’s home and MURDERING his dog with a baseball bat.

The incident happened in April 2018.

At the time, KAKE reported that on Sunday, April 22, Robert Miller came back to his home in the 700 block of Mount Carmel Court in Wichita to find a scattered scene.

A screen door was ripped off its hinges, the mailbox was smashed and a brick had shattered a window.

Mr. Miller called for his dog, a 10-year-old American Bulldog named Buffalo Boy but the furbaby never went to greet him.

Buffalo Boy was discovered lifeless.

He had been SENSELESSLY and CRUELLY hit several times with a bat.

Police were called to the scene.

PETA had offered a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction on cruelty-to-animals charges of the person or persons responsible.

According to KSN, police used a license plate reader program and security footage outside Mr. Miller’s home to find the person responsible.

Wichita police arrested HILDA JESENIA NOORDHOEK on February 7, 2019, in the 700 block of South Laura.

The filthy murderer was booked into the Sedgwick County Jail on animal cruelty, burglary, and theft and released on bond.

In March 2021, NOORDHOEK pleaded no contest to cruelty to animals, burglary, and theft.

District Attorney Marc Bennett explained that NOORDHOEK’s lack of criminal history placed her most serious charge, burglary, in the “presumptive probation” category under Kansas law.

If this filthy murderer violates her probation, she will have to serve 13 months in prison for the burglary and an additional 12 months in jail for animal cruelty.

The filthy murderer will have to serve a 30-day jail sanction prior to her probation.

KSN reports that District Attorney Bennett said the judge is required to do that under Kansas law as a condition of probation on the cruelty to animals.

NOORDHOEK was ordered to not have any contact with any pets except those she already owns and no unsupervised contact with other people’s pets. A joke!

A petition has been created addressed to Kansas State House, Kansas State Senate, Governor Laura Kelly, and Representative Ronald Gene Estes.

Part of it reads: “We need stricter sentencing for those how [who] choose to abuse, neglect or kill animals that are pets. While it is a felony, getting parole for killing a pet is unacceptable.”

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