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A husband and wife who both worked at the Humane Society in Flagler County, Florida have been arrested after police found photographs of them having sex with animals and a 14-year-old girl, according to TV station WESH in Orlando.
Flagler Humane Society director Donna Howard was speechless and sickened when she was handed a compact disc full of photographs showing an employee of nine years, Carla Maldonado, 40, engaged in sex acts with at least one or possibly two dogs. The animals were ones Maldonado had adopted from the shelter.
Authorities say the photos were taken by Maldonado’s husband, David, who had also once worked at the humane society.
“To see her in that position with her own dogs, that were adopted here â€“ it’s disgusting,” said Howard.
Police said there were also photos of Carla Maldonado performing lewd acts with a 14-year-old girl — apparently a runaway the couple had become acquainted with — in 2005.
The couple’s dogs are still at the Maldonado’s Palm Coast home, being cared for by a relative. The Humane Society would like to take custody but they have no legal standing.
“I’m still sitting here wondering what is going to happen to those animals. And how many more times has it been done and what kind of damage that has been done,” said Howard.
Posted by John Woestendiek December 4th, 2008 under Muttsblog.
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One of two Oklahoma residents charged with “crimes against nature,” will be sentenced this Friday after pleading no contest to charges stemming from allegedly having sex with dogs.
Diane Sue Whalen, 55, waived her rights to a jury trial and entered a no contest plea earlier.
Donald Roy Seigfried, 55, also decided to waive a jury trial, but has not entered a formal plea, the Oklahoman reports.
Two of Whalen’s dogs â€” a Labrador and a Weimaraner â€” were ordered forfeited to the sheriff in civil court proceedings, and subsequently sent to Best Friends Animal Society, an animal sanctuary in Kanab, Utah.
Videos confiscated by police show dogs are seen engaging in sex acts with humans, according to an affidavit filed by Tulsa County Sheriff’s investigators.
Seigfried and Whalen are free on bond. They face up to 10 years imprisonment.
Posted by John Woestendiek October 14th, 2008 under Muttsblog.
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