(CBS Atlanta) — Authorities arrest a 19-year-old man after they say he was caught having sex on camera with a pit bull.
According to an incident report provided to CBS Atlanta by the Newton County police, authorities were called on March 3 in regards to the crime. witnessed a young black male having sexual intercourse with two dogs,” the report states.
Cathryn Lafayette, a local resident who owned the dogs and offered the job to Archer in exchange for funding his education.
“Our agreement was if I pay the tuition [for his GED] then he would pay half by working here at my home or whatever I had for him to do,” Lafayette told the station.
Other individuals in the house supposedly were unaware of what was going on behind closed doors.
According to documents, Miller admitted to coaxing the poor dog into licking her vagina between 30 to 40 times over a five-year period.
India's sex industry is using the web to expand its network and experts fear the women taking up the bait for easy money face a high risk of cyber exploitation.
The warning came from ECPAT International, a global network of civil workers to stop sexual exploitation of children.
The mating pair of osprey disposed of it in the marsh, according to the story. You have encouraged us in our mission — to provide quality news and watchdog journalism.
The incident, which happened near the East Point Lighthouse in Maurice River Township in Cumberland County, is being investigated by the state Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife, reported. The teens, then aware of the camera, group together for a photo as they made hand gestures while swatting away bugs.
The live cam shows six teen boys gingerly stepping through the marsh to get to the nest about 8 p.m. "Honestly it seems like some kids that made a bad decision and then they wanted their five minutes of fame," Joe Haase, leader of the 4-H group that built the platform where the nest is located, told the paper.
Anyone with information on the incident should contact the DEP's tipline at 1-877-WARNDEP. Some of you have even followed through with subscriptions, which is especially gratifying.
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