According to Wednesday's Los Angeles Times, a 22-year-old San Pedro, Calif., man who sexually assaulted a family's dog, has been sentenced to prison time.
On Tuesday, Christopher Caceres, who was charged for repeated sexual attacks on a neighbor's pet Akita, pleaded guilty to charges of animal cruelty and first-degree burglary.
Caceres' act of bestiality was captured on the homeowner's surveillance camera. Video footage revealed that during one attack, the 80-pound Akita was sexually assaulted for an agonizing two-hour period of time.
In the video footage, Caceres could be seen feeding something to the dog before the rape commenced - it is presumed that he gave the dog some type of drug to relax her.
Caceres' attacks on the dog are believed to have taken place on multiple occasions between August and November 2013.
Caceres has been sentenced to four years in prison for his crimes.
Prior story about this situation here.
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