I guess it's no worse than people saying, "They hung the murderer." Back to pet peeves, the correct term is "They hanged the murdererl" "He hung up his coat" is acceptable. I doubt that a small dictionary would differentiate.
The word "gotten" is also incorrect, but is used more often than the proper past perfect, "got," and is, unfortunately, listed. The correct term is, "He had got the jeans for his birthday."
One of my professors said that we can blame the mother country for "gotten." One child, he said, told his teacher that the sentence on the blackboard was wrong. "You're correct, James," said the teacher."What is Ian's mistake?"
James proudly answered, "He's putten putten where he oughta putten put." I can't forget that. It's so droll that I think it's an excellent example for students--or adults! Easy to remember.
Got is in the same family!