The arrest of an Ohio man for bestiality is making headlines across the state. The alleged sex acts Peter Bower committed with his dogs and horse may be startling, but are far from the only bestiality crimes occurring across the nation. According to Examiner reports , multiple bestiality and zoophilia cases have occurred this year in America. Ohio
Mansfield area man Peter Bower was found guilty of having sex with his dogs and a horse. According to 10TV police investigators found love letters to his dog, bestiality books and a blow-up sheep in the home while executing a search warrant. Bestiality is not a crime in Ohio, so Bower could only be charged with animal cruelty. Both of the dogs were euthanized. Before his arrest on a tip from neighbors, Bower blogged about his sexual exploits with animals online and shared photos, according to ABC KAIT8. Examiner notes that Bower was a frequent volunteer at the local dog shelter and worked as a dog walker. Terms of Bower's plea bargain include community service, counseling and prohibition of ever owning another pet while residing in Ohio. State Representative Jay Goyal and State Senator Kris Jordan are currently drafting legislation to make bestiality a crime in the state. Before his arrest a neighbor spotted Bower walking his dog while wearing a sign which read, just married.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County arrested two men for attempting to secure dogs for sex. The sting caught Keith Kiefer and Partick Trejo at a local hotel where they expected to meet with a dog handler. Trejo is a middle school teacher and Kiefer an unemployed handyman, according to Examiner. The men used Craigslist to locate dog owners willing to accept a fee to make their animals available for sex. Florida
Patrick Louis Linn was arrested after trespassing in his neighbor's barn while attempting to have sex with a horse. According to Examiner Linn plead not guilty stating that the horse reminded him of the...
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