Three men face 1,460 counts of bestiality for sexually abusing goats, cows, and dogs on Pennsylvania farm
The authorities also found homemade videos and recording equipment while searching the property in Munson
Three men have been arrested on a shocking 1,460 counts of bestiality after they allegedly threw orgies at their farm in Pennsylvania, and indulged in sexual acts with animals. Forty one-year-old Terry Wallace, 32-year-old Matthew Brubaker, and 34-year-old Marc Measnikoff were arrested in Munson on August 18 after a 16-year-old who lived on the property went to the authorities and reported what was going on.
The teen told the police officers that the three men had been sexually abusing goats, dogs, and cows on the property and that they were also using "specially designed V-shaped pen" to commit the crimes. The men were immediately taken into custody and the teen was placed in protective custody for his safety.
The authorities also found homemade videos and recording equipment on the property. The men were charged with a combined 1,460 counts of sexual intercourse with animals. It is still to be seen how many of the animals were being held at the "makeshift farm". When it comes to just the number of dogs on the property, there were 18 of them. The men were also charged with endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors, and animal cruelty. It is yet to be revealed if there had been any more children living in the property at the time of the arrest, the Daily Mail reported.
The authorities have said that they don't believe the men sexually assaulted the teen but they also said that they were not sure of the emotional and psychological damage that may have occurred. The teen boy also complained to the authorities that the conditions he had been living in were "deplorable" and that he had been forced to collect rainwater just to have a shower. He also said that there had not been any electricity or food at the farm.
Each of the men are currently being held at the county jail on a bond of $100,000. Their preliminary hearings were scheduled for Wednesday. Wallace and Measnikoff had shared photos of the animals on social media and have even asked for donations from friends in support of horse rescue charities.
The authorities are currently looking for homes for all the animals on the farm. Animal rights activists are saying that the conditions of the animals were "not ideal" but that they were not being starved. This is not necessarily a good thing considering the fact that the animals had been held at the farm for other purposes.