Men sentenced up to 41 years for having sex with horses, cow, goat and dogs

crop-1280x720-000 (1)MUNSON, Pa. – Three men were sentenced to up to 41 years in prison for having sex with multiple animals.

Matthew Brubaker, 31, Marc Measnikoff, 34, and Terry Wallace, 41 were all arrested in 2018 and charged with having sex with 9 horses, a cow, a goat and dogs over the past five years.

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Man arrested in bestiality case after allegedly pimping dogs

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Juan Pablo Tschen. (Photo: Houston Police Department via the Houston Chronicle)

 

HOUSTON – An early-morning Valentine’s Day arrest and search warrant, run by the Houston Police Department’s Major Offenders Livestock and Animal Cruelty Unit in the Rice Village area as part of a bestiality investigation, resulted in a man’s arrest.

The man, identified by Houston police as 31-year-old Juan Pablo Tschen, did not have anything to say as Channel 2 Investigates asked him questions while he was being led away in handcuffs from his parents’ home in the 2200 block of Southgate near Rice Village.

Sgt. Jason Aldrete, the supervisor who oversees the unit, said the suspect is accused of offering his pets up for a sexual relationship with one of the unit’s female officers.

“He approached an undercover officer and offered his animals, his dogs, up for sexual relations with an undercover officer and himself,” Aldrete told Channel 2 Investigates’ Mario Diaz.

Officers also searched Tschen’s house in the 2700 block of Amherst in West University Place. They arrested Tschen at one of the properties.

The second property was under renovation, and investigators tell KPRC2 Tschen lived at that home.

Officers said one of the dogs that he offered to the undercover officer for a sexual relationship via text and in person was a German shepherd.

BARC confirmed three dogs belonging to the family were confiscated:

  • Bo, a male, black and fawn German shepherd, who is around 4 years old
  • Sayhass, a male, tricolor Jack Russell terrior mix, who is around 3 years old
  • Mozzie, a male, brindle and white Australian shepherd mix, who is around 2 years old

A family spokesperson told KPRC2, “Juan Pablo is a loving brother and son. We believe the facts will show that there has been a big mistake and that the allegations against him are completely false.”

Investigators told KPRC2 Tschen is not cooperating.

crop-1280x720-000A police cruiser is parked in front of a Rice Village home during a bestiality investigation Feb. 14, 2019.

 

The arrest is part of an ongoing investigation, according to Aldrete.

“It’s an ultra-underground scene, so we don’t know how deep this goes,” he said.

However, he and his team told KPRC2 there are many more people involved.

“We’re conducting a similar investigation involving bestiality with another couple of people,” Aldrete said. “We believe there is a large group of people in the Houston area and the state and the country that are involved in bestiality.”

Although treated as animal abuse in the past, bestiality only became a criminal act in recent years.

Tschen is facing three counts of bestiality, according to Aldrete.

“It’s a very demented crime,” he said. “It’s really sad, and I really hope that the man can get the help he needs.”

“Oh geez. That’s unbelievable,” said one neighbor. “I’m not surprised. It occurs anywhere.”

HPD investigators echo those thoughts

“These are people from everyday walks of life. Seemingly normal people, many of them well-educated and they are involved in this,” Aldrete said.

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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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Couple caught on video engaging in “sexual activity” with a dog named Demon, police say

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A couple engaged in “sexual activity” on camera with a dog , according to court documents.

Richard Allen Patterson, 46, of the 2400 block of Freeman Mill Road was suspected of illegally having guns in his house, which led a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent to watch video on a computer seized from Patterson’s house, the documents said.

The ATF agent saw Patterson and his wife with the Doberman pinscher in their master bedroom, a Suffolk detective wrote in a search warrant affidavit. The agent alerted Suffolk police.

Richard and Christina Patterson own the property where the agent seized the computer, according to public records. Neither has been charged .

Suffolk Detective Sgt. Gary Myrick filed the search warrant to see the video during his investigation into “crimes against nature.” State law forbids someone from carnally knowing “in any manner any brute animal,” or submitting to such acts.

Doing either is a felony punishable by one to five years in prison.

Suffolk police are looking into what happened but won’t talk about their investigation, city spokeswoman Diana Klink said in an email.

Patterson, a felon, has been indicted with having 17 firearms – including handguns, shotguns and military-style rifles – that he had shipped over state lines, according to federal court documents. He also had 52 shotgun shells, 44 rounds of .40-caliber bullets and 10 rounds of .357 ammunition, federal prosecutor William Jackson said in the indictment.

In June, Patterson was convicted of three felonies: forging public records, perjury in Department of Motor Vehicle matters and larceny. He was sentenced to six years in prison, but a judge suspended all of it.

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