Aurora man sentenced to 6 months in jail for having sex with dog; animal to be euthanized

frederick-manzanares-and-dogFrederick Manzanares and Bubba the dog (Left photo: Aurora Police Department; Right photo: Aurora Animal Shelter).


AURORA, Colo. — An Aurora man who allegedly had sex with a dog in the backyard of their trailer home was sentenced to six months in jail on Tuesday and the dog will be euthanized.

Frederick Manzanares, 51, was sentenced to up to six months with work release in an Arapahoe County Jail and two years of probation for participating in sex acts with the dog and his former girlfriend.

Manzanares pleaded guilty to two counts of animal cruelty in September and faced up to 18 months in jail.

The dog that was abused, a male Akita mix named Bubba, was in the care of the Aurora Animal Shelter and they determined that Bubba has become aggressive and is not safe to be adopted and therefore will be euthanized, according to Aurora spokesman Michael Bryant.

Manzanares and his former girlfriend, Janette Solano, 49,  were arrested in March for cruelty to animals.

The discovery of the animal abuse was triggered by a call to the Aurora Police Department on a report of domestic violence in 2017.

Solano told police that she and her boyfriend got into an argument after she refused to have sex with their dog.

An affidavit detailing the allegations said Manzanares began “introducing her to bestiality videos, bestiality forums, as well as providing her different literature on bestiality.”

The “sex chamber” consisted of a padded bench designed to have sex with the dog.

Manzanares allegedly used a dog hormone spray to arouse the dog and would take pictures and videos during the sex acts.

Police found videos of Manzanares, Solano and the dog having sex.

Solano told police that she was jealous of her boyfriend’s relationship with the dog.

Colorado law defines bestiality as an animal cruelty offense. Sex with animals was allowed under Colorado law until 2007.

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Boosie Threatens Rival Rapper On Live . . . Later Dies Mysteriously!!!

lil-boosie-touch-down-and-cause-hell-album-coverDid Boosie get the man killed?

A rapper who was threatened by Louisiana rapper Boosie – died yesterday under suspicious circumstances. And some online are suggesting that it may be MORE THAN JUST A COINCIDENCE.

The drama between Boosie and the now deceased rapper, Lil Headcold started a week ago, when Boosie was on LIVE talking with fans. Lil Headcold started trolling Boosie – and at one point threatened to harm Boosie’s son.

Well, Boosie went off on Lil Headcold. In the below video, you can see that at first Boosie tried to “block” the rapper. Then you hear Boosie tell one of his homies, “Find out where he from. I’m bout to send somebody at him.”

Well, yesterday Lil Headcold died – and some are suggesting that his passing was due to foul play. Details surrounding Lil Headcold’s death have not been made public.


While this may just be a coincidence, remember just a few weeks ago Boosie CONFESSED ONLINE, to putting a hit out on his babys mama brother.

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Michael Avenatti represented Stormy Daniels and one of Justice Kavanaugh’s accusers, Julie Swetnick. He said we should believe Dr. Christine Ford’s accusations.

Michael Avenatti represented Stormy Daniels and one of Justice Kavanaugh’s accusers, Julie Swetnick. He said we should believe Dr. Christine Ford’s accusations.

Now the shoe is on the other foot, so to speak, and a woman has accused the Creepy Porn Lawyer of domestic violence. Only it wasn’t his ex-wife, it is some other woman. It’s difficult to draw a cartoon when I don’t know what the accuser looks like, but regardless, Avenatti deserves to be treated as someone innocent until proven guilty.

Even though he didn’t treat Trump or Kavanaugh with the same courtesy.

Democrats usually get a pass for such obvious hypocrisy, though—and maybe this incident will even help Avenatti’s 2020 presidential bid. I’m being facetious, but who knows?

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—Ben Garrison