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Woman accused of poisoning roommates and having sex with their dogs

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An Albuquerque, N.M., woman was arrested on Wednesday afternoon after roommates allegedly caught her in the midst of lewd, sexual activity with their dog, reported KOAT News.

Shari Walters' alleged shocking activity did not end with the bestiality; the woman is also accused of trying to poison her roommates because of what they witnessed, reported the Huffington Post. The bizarre and disturbing incident was brought to the attention of Bernalillo County Sheriff’s deputies by Walters' roommates, who claim that the woman admitted to spiking their food and water with rubbing alcohol and toilet bowl cleaner.

The 53-year-old woman was allegedly "caught in the act" with Beverly Bradley's German shepherd, "Spike." Bradley claims that she discovered Walters "lying nude in a backyard shed with her German shepherd" reported the Raw Story. The attempted poisoning allegedly took place not long after the shocking incident happened.

Walters' other roommate, who is now a former boyfriend, claims to have been told that his dog was also targeted sexually by Walters; the man broke up with her after hearing about the deviant behavior. Walters allegedly admitted that she has been engaging in sexual activity with dogs since she was just 14 years of age.

A veterinarian examined the dogs who were sexually assaulted by Walters; both had minor injuries and the veterinarian advised that the dogs might have contracted diseases which Walters has. The roommates who ingested the toxins had to receive medical attention.

Walters received a psychiatric evaluation at a hospital and was then booked into a detention center on multiple charges, including cruelty to animals, assault with intent to commit a violent felony and aggravated battery.

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