Baptist Church Leader arrested for soliciting dog sex
The Boone County Sheriff’s Department Cyber Crimes Task Force arrested a 56-year-old Camden County man after he allegedly attempted to arrange sex with a dog and another animal on Craigslist.
Jerald “Jerry” Hill, President and CEO of Boone County, Mo.’s Windermere Baptist Conference Center, was arrested Tuesday afternoon and charged with attempted unlawful sex with an animal and attempted animal abuse.
According to The Columbia Tribune:
A detective with the task force exchanged emails with Hill under the guise of offering a dog that Hill could have sex with, Perkins said in a news release.
Hill made arrangements to travel to Columbia to have sex with the dog. Hill was arrested without incident in the 1600 block of Business Loop 70 West, where he met the deputy.
Posted on August 21, 2014, in Bizarre & Weird, News & Politics, Religion and tagged Baptist Church Leader arrested for soliciting dog sex, bestiality, Boone County, Boone County Jail, Boone County Sheriff’s Department Cyber Crimes Task Force, church leaders, Craigslist, Tracy Perkins, Windermere Baptist Conference Center. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Baptist Church Leader arrested for soliciting dog sex.