According to Friday's publication of the Star News Online, a Wilmington, N.C., man's deviant behavior has resulted in a charge of crimes against nature for his alleged sexual assault of a female dog.
In the early morning hours of July 5, the victimized dog was said to be walking alone through a motel parking lot on Market Street; a witness stated that 46-year-old Jose Vasquez asked if the dog belonged to him, and when he received a negative reply, Vasquez allegedly took the dog to a parked car.
Later, the dog's owner, who has not been identified, approached the same individual who Vasquez was said to have initially spoke with, and the dog's owner was directed to the vehicle which Vasquez had taken the dog into.
Linda Rawley, a Wilmington Police Department spokeswoman, stated:
When they approached the car, they saw the suspect committing the crime,"
According to the publication, when the men knocked on the car's window, Vasquez exited the car and ran. Later the same day, Vasquez was located and taken into custody. Following Vasquez's arrest he was booked into jail and held on $250,000 bail.
No word on the condition of the female dog who was victimized in the assault.
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