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Trio Accused of Using Craigslist to Find Dog for Sex

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

Just a disturbing and distasteful story out of Phoenix, where three people are accused of using Craigslist to find a dog with which to have sex.

The Daily Mail reports Shane Walker, his wife Sarah Dae and her lover Robert Aucker all face felony bestiality charges. Walker and Dae describe themselves as swingers who have an open marriage.

Dae reportedly wanted to have sex with a dog, so they went on Craigslist to find one. It is not clear exactly how, but they connected with one dog owner, who correctly notified police about the trio's sick plans.

When they showed up, undercover officers arrested them.

"People who do this for enjoyment are a different breed, that's for certain," said Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, known nationally for his tough stance on criminals, especially illegal immigrants.

Arpaio said this is not the first time this has happened. He called on Craigslist to keep better tabs on things after a similar arrest last year, but here we are again.

"I remain extremely disappointed in the leadership at Craigslist.com for refusing to do what they can to stop this," Arpaio said. "While they aren't doing anything to stop it, I will continue to enforce all animal cruelty laws."

Open marriage: Shane Walker, right, and his wife Sarah Dae, left, were arrested after an undercover sting operation

Dae

Open marriage: Shane Walker, right, and his wife Sarah Dae, left, were arrested after an undercover sting operation
 

 

Walker

Accused: Robert Aucker was held after allegedly driving out to a pre-arranged location intending to watch his lover have sex with a dog
 

Aucker

 

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